bibliomixed — A cooked entry in a bibliography.


bibliomixed ::=


Common attributes and common linking attributes.

Additional attributes:

  • At most one of:
    • pubwork (enumeration)
      • “article”
      • “bbs”
      • “book”
      • “cdrom”
      • “chapter”
      • “dvd”
      • “emailmessage”
      • “gopher”
      • “journal”
      • “manuscript”
      • “newsposting”
      • “part”
      • “refentry”
      • “section”
      • “series”
      • “set”
      • “webpage”
      • “wiki”
      • “other”
    • All or none of:
      • pubwork (enumeration)
        • “other”
      • otherpubwork (NMTOKEN)


A bibliomixed is an entry in a bibliography. The contents of bibliomixed include all necessary punctuation for formatting. Presentation systems usually display all of the elements in a bibliomixed.

Processing expectations

Formatted as a displayed block.

A bibliomixed entry is cooked. In addition to named fields, it can contain interspersed text to provide punctuation and other formatting information.

The processing system is generally expected to present each and every element in the entry, and all interspersed #PCDATA, in the order in which it occurs.


Common attributes and common linking attributes.

any attribute

Any attribute in any other explicit namespace


Identifies the nature of some other kind of published work


Identifies the nature of the published work

Enumerated values:

An article


A bulletin board system


A book




A chapter (as of a book)




An email message


A gopher page


A journal


A manuscript


A posting to a newsgroup


A part (as of a book)


A reference entry


A section (as of a book or article)


A series


A set (as of books)


A web page


A wiki page


Some other kind of work


These elements contain bibliomixed: bibliodiv, bibliography, bibliolist.


The following elements occur in bibliomixed: text, *:*, abbrev, abstract, acronym, address, alt, anchor, annotation, artpagenums, author, authorgroup, authorinitials, bibliocoverage, biblioid, bibliomisc, bibliomset, biblioref, bibliorelation, biblioset, bibliosource, citebiblioid, citerefentry, citetitle, collab, confgroup, contractnum, contractsponsor, copyright, coref, cover, date, edition, editor, emphasis (db._emphasis), emphasis (db.emphasis), extendedlink, firstname, firstterm (db._firstterm), firstterm (db.firstterm), footnote, footnoteref, foreignphrase (db._foreignphrase), foreignphrase (db.foreignphrase), givenname, glossterm (db._glossterm), glossterm (db.glossterm), honorific, indexterm (db.indexterm.endofrange), indexterm (db.indexterm.singular), indexterm (db.indexterm.startofrange), inlinemediaobject, issuenum, itermset, keywordset, legalnotice, lineage, link, mediaobject, meta (db.meta.content), meta (db.meta.empty), olink, org, orgname, othercredit, othername, pagenums, person, personblurb, personname, phrase (db._phrase), phrase (db.phrase), printhistory, productname, productnumber, pubdate, publisher, publishername, quote (db._quote), quote (db.quote), releaseinfo, remark, replaceable, revhistory, revnumber, seriesvolnums, subjectset, subscript, subtitle, superscript, surname, title, titleabbrev, trademark, volumenum, wordasword, xref.

See Also

Related elements: biblioentry, bibliomisc, bibliomset, biblioset.