DITA 1.3 adds a number of new features and refinements to DITA.
@otherprops) now accept grouped values, using the same syntax for generalized attribute values within
<task>to be reused in place of an
<remedy>section of the troubleshooting document type.
@typeattribute of the
<steptroubleshooting>, which is designed to contain information that might assist users when a step does not produce the expected result or complete successfully
<tasktroubleshooting>, which is designed to contain information that might assist users when a task does not produce the expected result or complete successfully
<ux-window>, designed to specify a window or viewport in which an online help topic or Web page is displayed
<div>element. This element enables arbitrary grouping of content within a topic. It is primarily intended as a way to group content for content referencing or as a basis for specialization.
@deliveryTarget, to replace the now-deprecated
@deliveryTargetattribute by using a subject scheme map.
<entry>. These new attributes enable authors to control formatting more precisely for print-based output formats.
@headersattributes to the
<entry>element in tables. These new attributes are intended for extremely complex tables where accessibility cannot be handled based on existing header markup.
@cascade, to better control how metadata attributes cascade within a DITA map
<draft-comment>in more places
<text>in more places
<data>to allow additional phrase level markup.
<revprop>elements in DITAVAL files.
<indexterm>. This makes it possible to use specializations of the
<ph>element, such as
<sub>, within index entries.
<data>to the content model for lists
<cite>to the content model of
<title>and similar elements
<xref>to the content model for
<sort-as>, to the utilities domain
<overline>to the highlighting domain
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