Example: <mod>

These search results reproduce every example of the use of <mod> in the Guidelines, including all localised and translated versions. In some cases, the examples have been drawn from discussion of other elements in the Guidelines and illustrating the use of <mod> is not the main focus of the passage in question. In other cases, examples may be direct translations of each other, and hence identical from the perspective of their encoding.

11 Representation of Primary Sources Generic Modification

<line>words words words <mod rend="wavy-underlining"
words with wavy
underline</line> <!-- more lines here -->
<line>wavy underlining finishes
here<anchor xml:id="enduw"/> more words</line> Instant Corrections

 <del instant="true">T</del>
 <mod type="subst">
  <add place="above">
   <del rend="overstrike">His</del>
 <mod type="subst">
  <del rend="overwritten">i</del>
  <add place="superimposed">I</add>
 </mod>ron necklace

11.7 Identifying Changes and Revisions

<line change="#firstStage">This is a <mod type="substchange="#secondStage">


<mod type="subst">


 <redo hand="#g_ttarget="#redo-1"

 <mod xml:id="redo-1rend="strikethrough"
Ihr hagren, triſten, krummgezog<mod rend="strikethrough">nen</mod>ener Nacken
<line>Wenn ihr nur piepſet iſt die Welt ſchon matt.<anchor xml:id="anchor-1"/>