<page-count> Page Count
Total number of pages in a work in print; by convention, each page or partial page is counted as one. Electronic-only works do not traditionally have page counts.
Inside the <counts> container element are the counts of various components of the document: the generic count element <count> (for which the @count-type names what is being counted) and the specific named counting elements: the <fig-count> is the number of figures, the <table-count> is the number of tables, the <equation-count> is the number of display equations, the <ref-count> is either the number of references or (more properly) the number of citations in the bibliographic reference list, the <page-count> is the total page count, and the <word-count> is the number of words in the work.
The count elements are modeled as EMPTY elements that have no content but carry values on their attributes.
Models and Context
This is an EMPTY element
<!ELEMENT page-count EMPTY >
Number of pages in the article
Preferred predefined count element
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... <article-meta> ... <counts> <page-count count="1"/> </counts> <custom-meta-group> <custom-meta> <meta-name>crossmark</meta-name> <meta-value>2013-02-15T11:32:17</meta-value> </custom-meta> </custom-meta-group> </article-meta> ...
- See: Length and Size