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F6: Document Title Page

Depending on the document genre title pages can have a wide assortment of designs and field values. In this area books are one of the more simple XHTML designs.

Book Title Pages

The standard FX book title page for text based books contains two major blocks, one for the title content and the other for the imprint information.

Basic Tagging Pattern for Book Title Page

<div class="frontmatter-rw Title-block-book-rw">
   <div class="book-title-block-rw">
      <h1>Book Title</h1>
      <p class="title-sub-rw">Sub-title</p>
      <p class="title-author-rw">Author's Name</p>
      <p class="title-contributor-rw">Contributor's Name</p>
      <p class="title-other-rw">Other styled text</p>
      <p>Normal text </p>
   <div class="imprint-rw">
      <div class="image-rw">
          <p class="publisher-rw">Publisher Name</p>
          <img scr="publisher-logo" />
          <p>Cities list</p>

book-title-page-rw   The main section wrapper for any style of book. It can be used for other document types.

book-title-block-rw   The main block that contains all the title page content except imprint information.

h1   The book title

title-sub-rw   The book sub-title. This should be tagged separately even if final presentation is run together with the title.

title-author-rw   The main author or editor of a book.

title-contributor-rw   Any contributors such as illustrator, translator, etc. May have to be used with title-other-rw for betweens.

title-other-rw   General styled paragraph text that appears on the page

imprint-rw    The title page imprint block. This can be an image, text, SVG or any combination of these.

publisher-rw   When text is used this allows specific fonts to be used to target the publisher name.

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