3.1. The "Edit Module" dialog box

Figure 5. The dialog box allowing to insert a module element and to edit a module or a structure element

The dialog box allowing to insert a module element and to edit a module or a structure element

When edited module or structure references a resource:

Example 1. Effect of attributes contentonly=true and omittitles=true on the content included in the realized document.

  • When contentonly=false and omittitles=false, included content is:

    <section xml:id="intro" xml:lang="en-US"
      xml:base="sections/introl.xml">
      <info>
        <title>Introduction</title>
        <titleabbrev>Intro.</titleabbrev>
        <author>
          <personname>John Doe</personname>
        </author>
      </info>
      <para>This is the introduction.</para>
    </section>
  • When omittitles=true, included content is:

    <section xml:id="intro" xml:lang="en-US"
      xml:base="sections/introl.xml">
      <info>
        <author>
          <personname>John Doe</personname>
        </author>
      </info>
      <para>This is the introduction.</para>
    </section>
  • When contentonly=true, included content is:

    <para xml:lang="en-US" 
      xml:base="sections/introl.xml">This is the introduction.</para>

Render module as

This field allows to specify the value of the renderas attribute of the edited module or structure.

Default output format

This field allows to specify the value of the defaultformat attribute of the edited structure.

See also