citetitle

citetitle — The title of a cited work.

Synopsis

citetitle ::= [-]

Attributes

Common attributes and common linking attributes.

Additional attributes:

  • pubwork (enumeration)
    • “article”
    • “bbs”
    • “book”
    • “cdrom”
    • “chapter”
    • “dvd”
    • “emailmessage”
    • “gopher”
    • “journal”
    • “manuscript”
    • “newsposting”
    • “part”
    • “refentry”
    • “section”
    • “series”
    • “set”
    • “webpage”
    • “wiki”

Description

A citetitle provides inline markup for the title of a cited work.

Processing expectations

Formatted inline. Often italicized for books and quoted for articles.

Attributes

Common attributes and common linking attributes.

pubwork

Identifies the nature of the publication being cited

Enumerated values:
“article”

An article

“bbs”

A bulletin board system

“book”

A book

“cdrom”

A CD-ROM

“chapter”

A chapter (as of a book)

“dvd”

A DVD

“emailmessage”

An email message

“gopher”

A gopher page

“journal”

A journal

“manuscript”

A manuscript

“newsposting”

A posting to a newsgroup

“part”

A part (as of a book)

“refentry”

A reference entry

“section”

A section (as of a book or article)

“series”

A series

“set”

A set (as of books)

“webpage”

A web page

“wiki”

A wiki page

Examples

<article xmlns='http://docbook.org/ns/docbook'>
<title>Example citetitle</title>

<para>For a complete methodology for DTD creation, see
<citetitle pubwork="book">Developing SGML DTDs: From Text to Model
to Markup</citetitle> by Eve Maler and Jeanne El Andaloussi.
</para>

</article>

For a complete methodology for DTD creation, see Developing SGML DTDs: From Text to Model to Markup by Eve Maler and Jeanne El Andaloussi.

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