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A-Z glossary of PageSeeder concepts


In PageSeeder terminology, ‘list’ is interpreted as the generic description for ordered (<nlist>) or unordered (<list>) items (<item>) in a document, not as the programming term for a type of data structure.

Because the PageSeeder information architecture is deliberately oriented to documents/publications being composed of multiple files, the editing and storage view of a list is typically incomplete. Additional values such as prefixing items with a heading number are not supported for <item> but require a numbered <para>. When the collection is published and the order of the documents is final. These values are added programmatically by the process task when the files are sent to a website or docx file.

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