Re: [jats-list] inline tables

Subject: Re: [jats-list] inline tables
From: Debbie Lapeyre <dalapeyre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2013 11:25:11 -0400
Dear Kirsten--

On Sep 9, 2013, at 10:38 AM, Kirsten Howard <kirstenh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> <array> is it.
> I'm also going to look into the specific-use attribute for tables that
> need a header but still need to appear inline as that scenario also occurs.

If I understand what you mean by "inline", the
the attribute you want is @position with a value of
"anchor". . I interpreted 'inline' to mean:
   'not actually inside a line of text, but located
    at a particular spot in the narrative'.

The attribute takes the following values:
   position   (anchor | background | float | margin)

<array> does not take the @position attribute, since it is
anchored by definition, but <table-wrap> does.

<table-wrap position="anchor"> will tell a processing system
that you do not want this table to move. The system may or
may not honor your request, but you will have made it.

IMO, if it has a header, it is a table rather than an array.


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