The daily summary block is wrapped in a “
<div class='day-summary'>” element.
A repeat of the list of notable species that appears in the page TOC, if there are any.
See the Section 4.4.1, “Historical note”.
Blocks showing each locality code and its definition; see Section 4.5, “XHTML for locality definitions”.
A table isn't really the right presentation for the locality code definitions, because there are two kinds of optional content (narrative and GPS waypoint blocks) that don't occur often enough to rate their own table columns. Putting them in a spanned row would disrupt the table structure.
Blocks for any of
elements that may be present; see Section 4.6, “XHTML for
In the output of the XSLT script that was the
predecessor of noteweb the default locality code was
displayed before the list of localities. For a
discussion of why this no longer appears, see the
remarks in the Section 23.12.1, “Historical note” accompanying
Section 23.12, “
MonthCell.__daySummary(): Render the
daily summary block”. In any case,
the output was:
<div class='loc-child'> <span class='loc-label'> Default location: @
is the default locality code for the day.