<sectiondiv> element allows logical grouping of content within
a section. There is no additional meaning associated with the
<sectiondiv> element. The
does not contain a title; the lowest level of titled content within a topic is the section
itself. If additional hierarchy is required, use nested topics
instead of the section.
<sectiondiv> element nests itself, so it can be specialized to
create structured information within sections. Another common use case for the
<sectiondiv> element is to group a sequence of related elements for
reuse, so that another topic can reference the entire set
with a single
<sectiondiv> element can only be used within
elements, use the
<div> element to group content that might occur in both
topic bodies and sections.
See appendix for information about this element in OASIS document type shells.
In the example below, the
<sectiondiv> element is used to group content
that can be reused elsewhere.
<section> <title>Nice pets</title> <sectiondiv id="smallpets"> <p>Cats are nice.</p> <p>Dogs are nice.</p> <p>Friends of mine really love their hedgehogs.</p> </sectiondiv> <sectiondiv id="biggerpets"> <p>Lots of people want ponies when they grow up.</p> <p>Llamas are also popular.</p> </sectiondiv> </section>
The following attributes are available on this element: Universal attribute group and outputclass.
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