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DITA TC FAQ about keys

The OASIS DITA Technical Committee has realized that parts of the DITA 1.2 specification do not unambigiously cover important questions about keys. We offer the following FAQ items in advance of an DITA 1.2 errata:

Q1: Given multiple key definitions, how does a processor determine which key definition is effective?

Q2: What should rendering tools display in the place of elements which have a keyref attribute?

 

Q1: Given multiple key definitions, how does a processor determine which key definition is effective?

 

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DITA Expert Keith Schengili-Roberts Joins IXIASOFT

Montreal, Canada, September 16, 2014 – IXIASOFT, a global leader in the component content management systems (CCMS) marketplace, announced today that veteran DITA expert Keith Schengili-Roberts has joined their team as a DITA Information Architect. In his new role, Schengili-Roberts will act as an IXIASOFT evangelist and represent the company within the DITA community.

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DITA Getting Started

Location: 
Krakow, Poland
Date: 
6 Oct 2014 - 09:00 - 7 Oct 2014 - 05:00
Event Type: 
Training Class

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Sell Broken Iphone

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Everything you need to know about HDMI cable

HDMI cable: The Catalyst for the DTV Revolution
Backed by some of the industry's biggest names, High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) cables will enable true high definition audio/video content for consumers. Content providers, system operators and consumer electronics manufacturers are rallying behind a standard that will finally deliver on DTV's long-awaited promises.
What are HDMI cables?

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