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Re: Subheadings desired in XHTML 2.0

From: Lorenzo De Tomasi <lorenzo.detomasi@libero.it>
Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2002 16:51:06 +0100
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on 11-11-2002 12:41, Thomas Hurst at tom.hurst@clara.net wrote:

<title>The Lord of the Rings 2</title>
<subtitle>The Two Towers</subtitle>
<author>J.R.R. Tolkien</author>

another example in XML:
<author>Esther Dyson</author>
<title>Release 2.0</title>
<subtitle>Second Thoughts On The Digital Age</subtitle>

I think the author should not be included in the heading.
This is my suggestion in xHTML:
<h>title <h>subtitle</h></h>
<line class="author">author</line>

If you want to include it, you can always use another <h>
<h>title <h>subtitle<h> by author</h></h></h>

The default should be
h           more visible (i.e. bigger font, for example)
h h         visible
h h h       less visible
h h h h     less less visible

so you can change the order
<h>author <h>title <h>subtitle</h></h></h>

and add lines and paragraphs
    <line>The Lord of the Rings 2</line>
        <line>The Two Towers</line>
            <line>by J.R.R. Tolkien</line>
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