3.1.4 Domain elements
General purpose domains are not specific to any type of
information, such as the hazard statement domain that provides elements
for describing hazardous situations.
- 184.108.40.206 Hazard statement elements
The hazard statement domain elements are used to provide information about product safety hazards. The domain can be included in any topic type or map. Its elements are used to inform readers about potential hazards, consequences, and avoidance strategies.
- 220.127.116.11 Typographic elements
The typographic elements are used to highlight text with styles (such as bold, italic, and monospace). Never use these elements when a semantically specific element is available. These elements are not intended for use by specializers, and are intended solely for use by authors when no semantically appropriate element is available and a formatting effect is required.
- 18.104.22.168 Utilities elements
The utilities domain elements represent common features of a language that may not necessarily be semantic, such as image maps.
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