The page's title is “
Shipman's field notes,
The overall page structure has these parts:
h1 heading with a repeat of the
page title, followed by a brief introductory
<h1>Shipman's field notes, September 2007</h1> <p> <a href='http://www.nmt.edu/~shipman/aba/conventions.html' >How to read Shipman's field notes</a> </p> <ul> ...page TOC... </ul> <hr/> ...first day-notes... <hr/> ...second day-notes... etc.
The page TOC (table of contents) has links to each daily section, and also lists the notable records for each day.
day-notes element from the source
XML file is preceded by a horizontal rule (
hr). The anchor name for each day's notes
is the date in the form “
The schema allows more than one
day-notes element for the same day. In this
case, the anchor for the second and succeeding
elements will have the same form except that letters
will be appended, e.g., “
D2005-05-16b”, and so forth.
The page table of contents consists of a sequence of
li (list item) elements, one for each
day-notes element in the input file.
Each entry in the page TOC starts with a simple link to
the anchor for that
If there were any notable birds inside that element,
the entry is followed by a
the names of the notable birds. Here is an example:
<li> <a href='#D2007-09-30'>NM: 2007-09-30: Bosque del Apache NWR</a> <div class='loc-child'> <span class='notable'>Notable:</span> Osprey, Solitary Sandpiper, Sabine's Gull, Common Tern </div> </li>
The notable block is formatted by a CSS rule discussed in
Section 5.7, “
div.loc-child: Indented child
block”. For styling of the
label “Notable:”, see Section 5.2, “Inline markup rules”.