[Updated versions of the Tag Suite have been released. Current version information is available here.]
Version 3.0 was released on November 21, 2008.
The files for Version 3.0 are available:
by anonymous FTP: ftp://ftp.ncbi.nih.gov/pub/archive_dtd/publishing/
on the web: journalpublishing3.dtd
The Tag Library for version 3.0 is here: http://dtd.nlm.nih.gov/publishing/tag-library/3.0/
The version 3.0 tag libraries allow direct access by tag name to the element, attribute, and parameter entity pages. To link to one of these pages, construct a URL with the following content, concatenated without spaces or separators:
the full URL of the top (http://.../index.html) page of the Tag Library
a code indicating what sort of page you are seeking:
"elem" for element pages
"attr" for attribute pages
"pe" for parameter entity pages
the tag, attribute-tag, or parameter-entity-tag (that is, the version of the names that are used in the document or in other content models, not the multi-word version).
For example, to directly address the <award-group> element in the Publishing Tag Library, assemble:
That would make the complete link: http://dtd.nlm.nih.gov/publishing/tag-library/3.0/index.html?elem=award-group.
Similarly, to link to the article-type attribute in archiving:
The complete link would be: http://dtd.nlm.nih.gov/archiving/tag-library/3.0/index.html?attr=article-type
To link to the emphasis.class parameter entity in the authoring Tag Library:
The complete link would be: http://dtd.nlm.nih.gov/articleauthoring/tag-library/3.0/index.html?pe=emphasis.class.
The full list of changes in Version 3.0 is available in the Change Report.
A Frequently Asked Questions page is available.
The DTD for Version 3.0 using the OASIS CALS table model rather than the XHTML table model is available on the Web and by anonymous FTP.
A Tag Library for the OASIS CALS Table model is available on the Web and by anonymous FTP.
In addition to the DTD format, the Tag Set is also available as a W3C XML schema and as a RELAX NG schema. Both are generated directly from the DTD and neither is intended for maintenance. See the individual schema pages for more information.
Last updated: September 17, 2012