<conbodydiv> element is similar to the
<bodydiv> element in that it provides an informal container for
content that might be grouped within a concept. There are no
additional semantics attached to the
<conbodydiv> element; it is
purely a grouping element provided to help organize content.
<conbody>element has a restriction that
<example>elements can only be followed by other sections or examples. The
<conbodydiv>element, which allows groupings of sections and examples, keeps the same restriction in place; once used, only sections, examples, or other
<conbodydiv>groups are allowed.
See appendix for information about this element in OASIS document type shells.
- topic/bodydiv concept/conbodydiv
One common use case for the
<conbodydiv> element is to group a sequence of
sections for reuse, so that another concept can
reference the entire set with a single
<concept id="sample" xml:lang="en"> <title>Conbodydiv example</title> <shortdesc>This concept is a sample of how to use conbodydiv.</shortdesc> <conbody> <p>Introduce the example.</p> <p>Next group some sections that might be reused elsewhere.</p> <conbodydiv id="my_conbodydiv"> <section><title>First</title> ... </section> <section><title>Second</title> ... </section> </conbodydiv> </conbody> </concept>