Accessible Publishing Knowledge Base

Published Works

Summary

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Techniques

Examples

Simple list of works

<html …
	  epub:prefix="daisy:
	  http://www.daisy.org/z3998/2012/vocab/structure/">
   …
   <section epub:type="daisy:published-works">
	  <h2>Also by the author</h2>
	  <ul class="works">
		 <li>The Tempest</li>
		 <li>Henry IV, Part 2</li>
		 <li>King Lear</li>
	  </ul>
   </section>

Complex list of works

<html …
	  epub:prefix="daisy:
	  http://www.daisy.org/z3998/2012/vocab/structure/">
   …
   <section epub:type="daisy:published-works">
	  <h2>Also by the author</h2>
		 
	  <section>
		 <h3>Comedies</h3>
		 <ul>
			<li>The Tempest</li>
		 </ul>
	  </section>
		 
	  <section>
		 <h3>Histories</h3>
		 <ul>
			<li>Henry IV, Part 2</li>
		 </ul>
	  </section>
		 
	  <section>
		 <h3>Tragedies</h3>
		 <ul>
			<li>King Lear</li>
		 </ul>
	  </section>
   </section>
   …
</html>

Explanation

When including a list of additional works by an author (e.g. on the series title page), use either ordered or unordered lists to itemize the entries.

If the list of works conveys information that would be lost if re-ordered (e.g., it represents a chronological listing by publication date), use an ordered list. If the ordering of the titles does not have any particular significance (e.g., alphabetical), use an unordered list.

The Z39.98 Structural Semantics Vocabulary includes a published-works property for identifying the section, but you will need to define a prefix in order to use it.

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