The quickest and safest way to add an item to a “text style” menu is to click the "Ctrl+C)." button. However in order to do that, you'll have to first select in your document an instance of the element you would like to add and then copy it to the clipboard (
The qualified name of the element behaving like a text style. Make sure to specify an inline element having a mixed content.
DocBook 5 example:
http://docbook.org/ns/docbook is generally the default namespace of DocBook 5 elements.
In some cases, the element you want to specify has a required attribute. This required attribute must be specified in this text field.
DocBook 5 example: an external
link element has a required
In some cases, the element you want to specify has a specific attribute value which characterizes it. This attribute value must be specified in this text field and the attribute name must be specified in the Attribute name text field.
DocBook 5 example: element:
class, attribute value:
The label of the menu item. Must be less than 40 characters long.
If you leave this field empty, a label will be automatically computed out of the element name, attribute name and attribute value. In the case of the above DocBook 5 examples, the automatically computed labels are:
 Use the same namespace prefixes as those declared in your documents. Such namespace prefixes may be listed by selecting . →