list-content List Content
Type of list, usually with a semantically meaningful name (for example, a “where-list” for the list of the variables that follows an equation, a “notation-list”, or a “procedure-list” for a list of procedural steps to follow).
Preserves the semantic information concerning a named type of list, for those instances where the publisher’s original Tag Set modeling uses specific named lists instead of the more generic element <list>.
Potential values for this attribute include, but are not limited to: “procedure”, “where-list” (used in equations), “synonymy”, “compound-info”, “algorithm”, “notation”, etc. For example, if a list in a publisher’s Tag Set would be tagged as <variable-list>, in this Tag Set, such a list would be tagged:
OPTIONAL on elements: <def-list>, <list>
|Text, numbers, or special characters||The type of list for named list types, for example, a “where-list” for a list of the variables that frequently follows an equation, a “notation” list, or a “procedure-list” or “step-list” for a list of procedural steps to follow.|
|Restriction||@list-content is an optional attribute; there is no default.|
List items are procedural steps
... <list id="g387" list-type="order" list-content="procedure-list" prefix-word="Step "> ... <list-item><p>Attach the other red jumper cable clamp to the working battery's positive terminal.</p></list-item> </list> <graphic xlink:href="warning.jpg"/> <list continued-from="g387" list-type="order" list-content="procedure-list" prefix-word="Step "> <list-item><p>Attach one black jumper cable clamp to the working battery's negative terminal.</p></list-item> <list-item><p>Attach the other black jumper cable clamp to a clean metal surface on the disabled vehicle.</p></list-item> ... </list> ...