Subject: abstract for each chapter? bio page for authors to anthology?
Thanks. By the way, I noticed that in version 5.0 authorblurb was changed to <personblurb> Re: my question about chapter summary/abstract: I see info --> annotations as a solution. However, it looks like annotations are not processed by default. I need them to appear at the top of each chapter and also on a separate chaptersummarytable.html Bob Staynton provides an example of how to write an xsl customization for annotation to process them. But I'm not sure it is applicable to my case. http://www.sagehill.net/docbookxsl/CustomDb5Xsl.html#AnnotationCustomization In particular, I'm curious about the annotations in the sample code and what I'd want to use. <chapter> <info> <annotation annotates="intro" role="instructor.note"> This is an annotation</annotation> </info> <para xml:id="intro">This chapter introduces ... Every chapter is going to have a chaptersummary, so would I say role="chaptersummary"? (annotates seems to be to a specific unique id, but that wouldn't work because each chapter would need to have a unique ID). I need annotations to be printed in two different places: 1. as a formatted paragraph at the top of the chapter when processed. 2. as a separate page/html file consisting of a 2 column chart (chaptertitle, annotation.chaptersummary). I haven't made an XSL template yet (this is my first time), but 2) seems to be pretty straightforward. I'm not so sure about 1). I'm using an custom.xsl as a customization layer for the docbook xsl which contains custom parameter values. First line is this: <xsl:import href="http://docbook.sourceforge.net/release/xsl/current/epub/docbook.xsl"/> I assume I need to do something like <xsl:template match="annotation" where the role = chaptersummary. But how would you make make this chaptersummary paragraph appear in the chunked html output? I'm stumped . What would I need to do: use a different import statement on my custom.xsl than what I already have? Or would I need to go into the relevant .xsl file and insert the xsl: template match in the appropriate context in the file? Thanks. Robert Nagle