colophon — Text at the back of a book describing facts about its production.
- The root element must have a version attribute.
colophon, if present, almost always occurs at
the very end of a book. It contains factual information about the book,
especially about its production, and includes details about typographic
style, the fonts used, the paper used, and perhaps the binding method of
Font geeks like Norm think every book should have one.
Formatted as a displayed block.
Specifies an identifying string for presentation purposes
Identifies the editorial or publication status of the element on which it occurs
The following elements occur in colophon:
1 <book xmlns='http://docbook.org/ns/docbook'> 2 <title>Example colophon</title> 4 <colophon> <para>Draft versions of the first edition of this book were produced 6 with the DocBook DSSSL Stylesheets. Final production was performed with Troff.</para> 8 <para>XSLT and XSL were used to produce the second edition.</para> </colophon> 10 </book>