Identifies the subject or type of content that makes this word or phrase semantically special, as a means of preserving the semantic intent of prior tagging
The values for this attribute may include information classes, semantic categories, or special functions for grouping elements. This attribute could identify: the name of a drug, company, or product; systematics terms such as genus, species, or family; or biological systems components, such as gene, protein, or peptide. The attribute could also be used to record that the content of a table cell is a total or subtotal amount, that a sidebar (<boxed-text>)contains a case study, or that a <statement> is a theorem or a proof.
Conversion Note: This attribute can be used to preserve semantic tagging that can’t be captured directly with an element in this Tag Set.
Formatting. The presence of a @content-type attribute may be used to treat its element in a special way, for example, giving the work, phrase, or structure a different look in print or on display. This type of formatting may be guided by the value of the attribute, for example, making all circulatory system words (identified by a <named-content> element) red or putting a background image behind case studies.
|Text, numbers, or special characters||Names/describes the special function for the <named-content> that cannot otherwise be described by the elements in this Suite. For example, a medical article might use the value “body-system” or “gene” while a management article might use the value “product-name” or “stock-code”.|
|Restriction: This attribute must be specified if the element is used.|
|Text, numbers, or special characters||Names/describes any special semantics of the associated element. This may be used to preserve the semantic intent of prior tagging, for example, to record that a table cell was a total or subtotal amount. This may also be used to attach information classes to an element for retrieval purposes.|
|Restriction: This attribute may be specified if the element is used.|