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RE: How to handle content vs. context markup?

content vs context
Where does the markup design start?  

o  Existing documents? that is, sprinkling tags through a text

o  Abstract schema?  that is someone sits down and designs a 
   document type without regard to existing texts through some kind 
   of domain analysis process

One usually ends up tagging for the effectiveness of the 
transforms and the granularity of discrete identity.   

How many kinds of output documents must you 
handle, are they uptransforms or downtransforms, do you need 
or can you use the document() function, do they have to be 
indexed for navigation, how small did the "chunks" get 
to be (eg, paragraph types vs row/column types)?


-----Original Message-----
From: Jens Jakob Andersen, PDI [mailto:jens.jakob.andersen@p...]

So what is the experience and best practice of "content vs. context" tagging?


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