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List of DocBook elements is fully available at:
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List of common elements and attributes

Structure of document:

  • [50%] <article> - An article
  • [90%] <book> - A book
  • [100%] <chapter> - A chapter, as of a book
  • <part> - A division in a book
  • <partintro> - An introduction to the contents of a part
  • <preface> - Introductory matter preceding the first chapter of a book
  • [100%] <sect1> - A top-level section of document
  • [100%] <sect2> - A subsection within a Sect1
  • [100%] <sect3> - A subsection within a Sect2
  • [100%] <sect4> - A subsection within a Sect3
  • [100%] <sect5> - A subsection within a Sect4
  • [100%] <section> - A recursive section

TOC:

  • <toc> - A table of contents
  • <tocback> - An entry in a table of contents for a back matter component
  • <tocchap> - An entry in a table of contents for a component in the body of a document
  • <tocentry> - A component title in a table of contents
  • <tocfront> - An entry in a table of contents for a front matter component
  • <toclevel1> - A top-level entry within a table of contents entry for a chapter-like component
  • <toclevel2> - A second-level entry within a table of contents entry for a chapter-like component
  • <toclevel3> - A third-level entry within a table of contents entry for a chapter-like component
  • <toclevel4> - A fourth-level entry within a table of contents entry for a chapter-like component
  • <toclevel5> - A fifth-level entry within a table of contents entry for a chapter-like component
  • <tocpart> - An entry in a table of contents for a part of a book

Paragraphs:

  • [90%] <para> - A paragraph
  • [90%] <simpara> - A paragraph that contains only text and inline markup, no block elements
  • [100%] <formalpara> - A paragraph with a title
  • [100%] <abstract> - A summary

Verbatim

  • [80%] <programlisting> - A literal listing of all or part of a program
  • [80%] <screen> - Text that a user sees or might see on a computer screen
  • [80%] <synopsis> - A general-purpose element for representing the syntax of commands or functions

Inline:

  • [100%] <email> - An email address
  • [100%] <emphasis @role=(strong|bold|underline|strikethrough)> - Emphasized text
  • [100%] <filename> - The name of a file
  • [100%] <subscript> - A subscript (as in H2O, the molecular formula for water)
  • [100%] <superscript> - A superscript (as in x2, the mathematical notation for x multiplied by itself)
  • [100%] <uri[4.3]> - A Uniform Resource Identifier

Meta:

  • [50%] <articleinfo[4.0]> - Meta-information for an Article
  • [80%] <bookinfo> - Meta-information for a Book
  • [80%] <chapterinfo[4.0]> - Meta-information for a Chapter
  • <partinfo[4.0]> - Meta-information for a Part
  • <sect1info> - Meta-information for a Sect1
  • <sect2info> - Meta-information for a Sect2
  • <sect3info> - Meta-information for a Sect3
  • <sect4info> - Meta-information for a Sect4
  • <sect5info> - Meta-information for a Sect5
  • <sectioninfo> - Meta-information for a recursive section

Tables:

  • <col[4.3]> - Specifications for a column in an HTML table
  • <colgroup[4.3]> - A group of columns in an HTML table
  • <colspec> - Specifications for a column in a table
  • <entry> - A cell in a table
  • <entrytbl> - A subtable appearing in place of an Entry in a table
  • <informaltable> - A table without a title
  • [10%] <row> - A row in a table
  • <spanspec> - Formatting information for a spanned column in a table
  • [20%] <table> - A formal table in a document
  • [20%] <tbody> - A wrapper for the rows of a table or informal table
  • [20%] <td[4.3]> - A table entry in an HTML table
  • [20%] <tfoot> - A table footer consisting of one or more rows
  • [20%] <tgroup> - A wrapper for the main content of a table, or part of a table
  • [20%] <th[4.3]> - A table header entry in an HTML table
  • [20%] <thead> - A table header consisting of one or more rows
  • [20%] <tr[4.3]> - A row in an HTML table

Media:

  • <audiodata> - Pointer to external audio data
  • <audioobject> - A wrapper for audio data and its associated meta-information
  • [20%] <imagedata> - Pointer to external image data
  • [20%] <imageobject> - A wrapper for image data and its associated meta-information
  • <imageobjectco> - A wrapper for an image object with callouts
  • [20%] <inlinegraphic> - An object containing or pointing to graphical data that will be rendered inline
  • [20%] <inlinemediaobject> - An inline media object (video, audio, image, and so on)
  • <medialabel> - A name that identifies the physical medium on which some information resides
  • [20%] <mediaobject> - A displayed media object (video, audio, image, etc.)
  • <mediaobjectco> - A media object that contains callouts
  • <videodata> - Pointer to external video data
  • <videoobject> - A wrapper for video data and its associated meta-information

Lists:

  • <itemizedlist> - A list in which each entry is marked with a bullet or other dingbat
  • [100%] <orderedlist> - A list in which each entry is marked with a sequentially incremented label
  • [100%] <listitem> - A wrapper for the elements of a list item
  • [99%] <task[4.3]> - A task to be completed
  • [99%] <procedure> - A list of operations to be performed in a well-defined sequence
  • [100%] <step> - A unit of action in a procedure

Not categorized

  • <abbrev> - An abbreviation, especially one followed by a period
  • [100%] <accel> - A graphical user interface (GUI) keyboard shortcut
  • <ackno> - Acknowledgements in an Article
  • <acronym> - An often pronounceable word made from the initial (or selected) letters of a name or phrase
  • <action> - A response to a user event
  • <address> - A real-world address, generally a postal address
  • <affiliation> - The institutional affiliation of an individual
  • <alt> - Text representation for a graphical element
  • <anchor> - A spot in the document
  • <answer> - An answer to a question posed in a QandASet
  • <appendix> - An appendix in a Book or Article
  • <appendixinfo[4.0]> - Meta-information for an Appendix
  • <application> - The name of a software program
  • <area> - A region defined for a Callout in a graphic or code example
  • <areaset> - A set of related areas in a graphic or code example
  • <areaspec> - A collection of regions in a graphic or code example
  • <arg> - An argument in a CmdSynopsis
  • <artpagenums> - The page numbers of an article as published
  • <attribution> - The source of a block quote or epigraph
  • [60%] <author> - The name of an individual author
  • <authorblurb> - A short description or note about an author
  • [70%] <authorgroup> - Wrapper for author information when a document has multiple authors or collabarators
  • <authorinitials> - The initials or other short identifier for an author
  • <beginpage> - The location of a page break in a print version of the document
  • <bibliocoverage[4.2]> - The spatial or temporal coverage of a document
  • <bibliodiv> - A section of a Bibliography
  • <biblioentry> - An entry in a Bibliography
  • <bibliography> - A bibliography
  • <bibliographyinfo[4.0]> - Meta-information for a Bibliography
  • <biblioid[4.2]> - An identifier for a document
  • <bibliolist[4.4]> - A wrapper for a set of bibliography entries
  • <bibliomisc> - Untyped bibliographic information
  • <bibliomixed> - An entry in a Bibliography
  • <bibliomset> - A cooked container for related bibliographic information
  • <biblioref[4.4]> - A cross reference to a bibliographic entry
  • <bibliorelation[4.2]> - The relationship of a document to another
  • <biblioset> - A raw container for related bibliographic information
  • <bibliosource[4.2]> - The source of a document
  • <blockinfo[4.2]> - Meta-information for a block element
  • [60%] <blockquote> - A quotation set off from the main text
  • <bridgehead> - A free-floating heading
  • <callout> - A “called out” description of a marked Area
  • <calloutlist> - A list of Callouts
  • <caption> - A caption
  • <caution> - A note of caution
  • <citation> - An inline bibliographic reference to another published work
  • <citebiblioid[4.2]> - A citation of a bibliographic identifier
  • <citerefentry> - A citation to a reference page
  • <citetitle> - The title of a cited work
  • <city> - The name of a city in an address
  • <classname> - The name of a class, in the object-oriented programming sense
  • <classsynopsis[4.0]> - The syntax summary for a class definition
  • <classsynopsisinfo[4.0]> - Information supplementing the contents of a ClassSynopsis
  • <cmdsynopsis> - A syntax summary for a software command
  • <co> - The location of a callout embedded in text
  • <code[4.3]> - An inline code fragment
  • <collab> - Identifies a collaborator
  • <collabname> - The name of a collaborator
  • <colophon> - Text at the back of a book describing facts about its production
  • <command> - The name of an executable program or other software command
  • <computeroutput> - Data, generally text, displayed or presented by a computer
  • <confdates> - The dates of a conference for which a document was written
  • <confgroup> - A wrapper for document meta-information about a conference
  • <confnum> - An identifier, frequently numerical, associated with a conference for which a document was written
  • <confsponsor> - The sponsor of a conference for which a document was written
  • <conftitle> - The title of a conference for which a document was written
  • <constant> - A programming or system constant
  • <constraint[EBNF]> - A constraint in an EBNF production
  • <constraintdef[EBNF]> - The definition of a constraint in an EBNF production
  • <constructorsynopsis[4.0]> - A syntax summary for a constructor
  • <contractnum> - The contract number of a document
  • <contractsponsor> - The sponsor of a contract
  • <contrib> - A summary of the contributions made to a document by a credited source
  • <copyright> - Copyright information about a document
  • <coref[4.2]> - A cross reference to a co
  • <corpauthor> - A corporate author, as opposed to an individual
  • <corpcredit[4.3]> - A corporation or organization credited in a document
  • <corpname> - The name of a corporation
  • <country> - The name of a country
  • <database> - The name of a database, or part of a database
  • <date> - The date of publication or revision of a document
  • <dedication> - A wrapper for the dedication section of a book
  • <destructorsynopsis[4.0]> - A syntax summary for a destructor
  • <edition> - The name or number of an edition of a document
  • <editor> - The name of the editor of a document
  • <envar> - A software environment variable
  • <epigraph> - A short inscription at the beginning of a document or component
  • <equation> - A displayed mathematical equation
  • <errorcode> - An error code
  • <errorname> - An error name
  • <errortext[4.2]> - An error message.
  • <errortype> - The classification of an error message
  • <example> - A formal example, with a title
  • <exceptionname[4.0]> - The name of an exception
  • <fax> - A fax number
  • <fieldsynopsis[4.0]> - The name of a field in a class definition
  • <figure> - A formal figure, generally an illustration, with a title
  • <firstname> - The first name of a person
  • <firstterm> - The first occurrence of a term
  • <footnote> - A footnote
  • <footnoteref> - A cross reference to a footnote (a footnote mark)
  • <foreignphrase> - A word or phrase in a language other than the primary language of the document
  • <funcdef> - A function (subroutine) name and its return type
  • <funcparams> - Parameters for a function referenced through a function pointer in a synopsis
  • <funcprototype> - The prototype of a function
  • <funcsynopsis> - The syntax summary for a function definition
  • <funcsynopsisinfo> - Information supplementing the FuncDefs of a FuncSynopsis
  • <function> - The name of a function or subroutine, as in a programming language
  • <glossary> - A glossary
  • <glossaryinfo[4.0]> - Meta-information for a Glossary
  • <glossdef> - A definition in a GlossEntry
  • <glossdiv> - A division in a Glossary
  • <glossentry> - An entry in a Glossary or GlossList
  • <glosslist> - A wrapper for a set of GlossEntrys
  • <glosssee> - A cross-reference from one GlossEntry to another
  • <glossseealso> - A cross-reference from one GlossEntry to another
  • <glossterm> - A glossary term
  • <graphic> - A displayed graphical object (not an inline)
  • <graphicco> - A graphic that contains callout areas
  • <group> - A group of elements in a CmdSynopsis
  • [100%] <guibutton> - The text on a button in a GUI
  • <guiicon> - Graphic and/or text appearing as a icon in a GUI
  • [100%] <guilabel> - The text of a label in a GUI
  • [100%] <guimenu> - The name of a menu in a GUI
  • <guimenuitem> - The name of a terminal menu item in a GUI
  • <guisubmenu> - The name of a submenu in a GUI
  • <hardware> - A physical part of a computer system
  • <highlights> - A summary of the main points of the discussed component
  • <holder> - The name of the individual or organization that holds a copyright
  • <honorific> - The title of a person
  • <html:form[HTML Forms]> - An HTML form
  • <important> - An admonition set off from the text
  • <index> - An index
  • <indexdiv> - A division in an index
  • <indexentry> - An entry in an index
  • <indexinfo[4.0]> - Meta-information for an Index
  • <indexterm> - A wrapper for terms to be indexed
  • <informalequation> - A displayed mathematical equation without a title
  • <informalexample> - A displayed example without a title
  • <informalfigure> - A untitled figure
  • <initializer[4.0]> - The initializer for a FieldSynopsis
  • <inlineequation> - A mathematical equation or expression occurring inline
  • <interface> - An element of a GUI
  • <interfacename[4.0]> - The name of an interface
  • <invpartnumber> - An inventory part number
  • <isbn> - The International Standard Book Number of a document
  • <issn> - The International Standard Serial Number of a periodical
  • <issuenum> - The number of an issue of a journal
  • <itermset> - A set of index terms in the meta-information of a document
  • <jobtitle> - The title of an individual in an organization
  • [100%] <keycap> - The text printed on a key on a keyboard
  • <keycode> - The internal, frequently numeric, identifier for a key on a keyboard
  • <keycombo> - A combination of input actions
  • <keysym> - The symbolic name of a key on a keyboard
  • <keyword> - One of a set of keywords describing the content of a document
  • <keywordset> - A set of keywords describing the content of a document
  • <label> - A label on a Question or Answer
  • <legalnotice> - A statement of legal obligations or requirements
  • <lhs[EBNF]> - The left-hand side of an EBNF production
  • <lineage> - The portion of a person's name indicating a relationship to ancestors
  • <lineannotation> - A comment on a line in a verbatim listing
  • [80%] <link> - A hypertext link
  • <literal> - Inline text that is some literal value
  • <literallayout> - A block of text in which line breaks and white space are to be reproduced faithfully
  • <lot> - A list of the titles of formal objects (as tables or figures) in a document
  • <lotentry> - An entry in a list of titles
  • <manvolnum> - A reference volume number
  • <markup> - A string of formatting markup in text that is to be represented literally
  • <mathphrase[4.5]> - A mathematical phrase, an expression that can be represented with ordinary text and a small amount of markup
  • <member> - An element of a simple list
  • <menuchoice> - A selection or series of selections from a menu
  • <methodname[4.0]> - The name of a method
  • <methodparam[4.0]> - Parameters to a method
  • <methodsynopsis[4.0]> - A syntax summary for a method
  • <mml:math[MathML]> - A MathML equation
  • <modespec> - Application-specific information necessary for the completion of an OLink
  • <modifier[4.0]> - Modifiers in a synopsis
  • <mousebutton> - The conventional name of a mouse button
  • <msg> - A message in a message set
  • <msgaud> - The audience to which a message in a message set is relevant
  • <msgentry> - A wrapper for an entry in a message set
  • <msgexplan> - Explanatory material relating to a message in a message set
  • <msginfo> - Information about a message in a message set
  • <msglevel> - The level of importance or severity of a message in a message set
  • <msgmain> - The primary component of a message in a message set
  • <msgorig> - The origin of a message in a message set
  • <msgrel> - A related component of a message in a message set
  • <msgset> - A detailed set of messages, usually error messages
  • <msgsub> - A subcomponent of a message in a message set
  • <msgtext> - The actual text of a message component in a message set
  • <nonterminal[EBNF]> - A non-terminal in an EBNF production
  • <note> - A message set off from the text
  • <objectinfo> - Meta-information for an object
  • <olink> - A link that addresses its target indirectly, through an entity
  • <ooclass[4.0]> - A class in an object-oriented programming language
  • <ooexception[4.0]> - An exception in an object-oriented programming language
  • <oointerface[4.0]> - An interface in an object-oriented programming language
  • <option> - An option for a software command
  • <optional> - Optional information
  • <orgdiv> - A division of an organization
  • <orgname> - The name of an organization other than a corporation
  • <otheraddr> - Uncategorized information in address
  • <othercredit> - A person or entity, other than an author or editor, credited in a document
  • <othername> - A component of a persons name that is not a first name, surname, or lineage
  • <package[4.4]> - A package
  • <pagenums> - The numbers of the pages in a book, for use in a bibliographic entry
  • <paramdef> - Information about a function parameter in a programming language
  • <parameter> - A value or a symbolic reference to a value
  • <personblurb[4.2]> - A short description or note about a person
  • <personname[4.2]> - The personal name of an individual
  • <phone> - A telephone number
  • <phrase> - A span of text
  • <pob> - A post office box in an address
  • <postcode> - A postal code in an address
  • <prefaceinfo[4.0]> - Meta-information for a Preface
  • <primary> - The primary word or phrase under which an index term should be sorted
  • <primaryie> - A primary term in an index entry, not in the text
  • <printhistory> - The printing history of a document
  • <production[EBNF]> - A production in a set of EBNF productions
  • <productionrecap[EBNF]> - A cross-reference to an EBNF production
  • <productionset[EBNF]> - A set of EBNF productions
  • <productname> - The formal name of a product
  • <productnumber> - A number assigned to a product
  • <programlistingco> - A program listing with associated areas used in callouts
  • <prompt> - A character or string indicating the start of an input field in a computer display
  • <property> - A unit of data associated with some part of a computer system
  • <pubdate> - The date of publication of a document
  • <publisher> - The publisher of a document
  • <publishername> - The name of the publisher of a document
  • <pubsnumber> - A number assigned to a publication other than an ISBN or ISSN or inventory part number
  • <qandadiv> - A titled division in a QandASet
  • <qandaentry> - A question/answer set within a QandASet
  • <qandaset> - A question-and-answer set
  • <question> - A question in a QandASet
  • <quote> - An inline quotation
  • <refclass> - The scope or other indication of applicability of a reference entry
  • <refdescriptor> - A description of the topic of a reference page
  • <refentry> - A reference page (originally a UNIX man-style reference page)
  • <refentryinfo[4.0]> - Meta-information for a Refentry
  • <refentrytitle> - The title of a reference page
  • <reference> - A collection of reference entries
  • <referenceinfo[4.0]> - Meta-information for a Reference
  • <refmeta> - Meta-information for a reference entry
  • <refmiscinfo> - Meta-information for a reference entry other than the title and volume number
  • <refname> - The name of (one of) the subject(s) of a reference page
  • <refnamediv> - The name, purpose, and classification of a reference page
  • <refpurpose> - A short (one sentence) synopsis of the topic of a reference page
  • <refsect1> - A major subsection of a reference entry
  • <refsect1info> - Meta-information for a RefSect1
  • <refsect2> - A subsection of a RefSect1
  • <refsect2info> - Meta-information for a RefSect2
  • <refsect3> - A subsection of a RefSect2
  • <refsect3info> - Meta-information for a RefSect3
  • <refsection[4.2]> - A recursive section in a refentry
  • <refsectioninfo[4.2]> - Meta-information for a refsection
  • <refsynopsisdiv> - A syntactic synopsis of the subject of the reference page
  • <refsynopsisdivinfo> - Meta-information for a RefSynopsisDiv
  • <releaseinfo> - Information about a particular release of a document
  • <remark[4.0]> - A remark (or comment) intended for presentation in a draft manuscript
  • <replaceable> - Content that may or must be replaced by the user
  • <returnvalue> - The value returned by a function
  • <revdescription[4.0]> - A extended description of a revision to a document
  • <revhistory> - A history of the revisions to a document
  • <revision> - An entry describing a single revision in the history of the revisions to a document
  • <revnumber> - A document revision number
  • <revremark> - A description of a revision to a document
  • <rhs[EBNF]> - The right-hand side of an EBNF production
  • <sbr> - An explicit line break in a command synopsis
  • <screenco> - A screen with associated areas used in callouts
  • <screeninfo> - Information about how a screen shot was produced
  • [100%] <screenshot> - A representation of what the user sees or might see on a computer screen
  • <secondary> - A secondary word or phrase in an index term
  • <secondaryie> - A secondary term in an index entry, rather than in the text
  • <see> - Part of an index term directing the reader instead to another entry in the index
  • <seealso> - Part of an index term directing the reader also to another entry in the index
  • <seealsoie> - A See also entry in an index, rather than in the text
  • <seeie> - A See entry in an index, rather than in the text
  • <seg> - An element of a list item in a segmented list
  • <seglistitem> - A list item in a segmented list
  • <segmentedlist> - A segmented list, a list of sets of elements
  • <segtitle> - The title of an element of a list item in a segmented list
  • <seriesvolnums> - Numbers of the volumes in a series of books
  • <set> - A collection of books
  • <setindex> - An index to a set of books
  • <setindexinfo[4.0]> - Meta-information for a SetIndex
  • <setinfo> - Meta-information for a Set
  • <sgmltag> - A component of SGML markup
  • <shortaffil> - A brief description of an affiliation
  • <shortcut> - A key combination for an action that is also accessible through a menu
  • <sidebar> - A portion of a document that is isolated from the main narrative flow
  • <sidebarinfo[4.0]> - Meta-information for a Sidebar
  • <simplelist> - An undecorated list of single words or short phrases
  • <simplemsgentry[4.0]> - A wrapper for a simpler entry in a message set
  • <simplesect> - A section of a document with no subdivisions
  • <state> - A state or province in an address
  • <stepalternatives[4.3]> - Alternative steps in a procedure
  • <street> - A street address in an address
  • <structfield> - A field in a structure (in the programming language sense)
  • <structname> - The name of a structure (in the programming language sense)
  • <subject> - One of a group of terms describing the subject matter of a document
  • <subjectset> - A set of terms describing the subject matter of a document
  • <subjectterm> - A term in a group of terms describing the subject matter of a document
  • <substeps> - A wrapper for steps that occur within steps in a procedure
  • [30%] <subtitle> - The subtitle of a document
  • [20%] <surname> - A family name; in western cultures the last name
  • <svg:svg[SVG]> - An SVG graphic
  • <symbol> - A name that is replaced by a value before processing
  • <synopfragment> - A portion of a CmdSynopsis broken out from the main body of the synopsis
  • <synopfragmentref> - A reference to a fragment of a command synopsis
  • <systemitem> - A system-related item or term
  • <taskprerequisites[4.3]> - The prerequisites for a task
  • <taskrelated[4.3]> - Information related to a task
  • <tasksummary[4.3]> - A summary of a task
  • [100%] <term> - The word or phrase being defined or described in a variable list
  • <termdef[4.5]> - An inline term definition
  • <tertiary> - A tertiary word or phrase in an index term
  • <tertiaryie> - A tertiary term in an index entry, rather than in the text
  • <textdata[4.2]> - Pointer to external text data
  • <textobject> - A wrapper for a text description of an object and its associated meta-information
  • <tip> - A suggestion to the user, set off from the text
  • [70%] <title> - The text of the title of a section of a document or of a formal block-level element
  • <titleabbrev> - The abbreviation of a Title
  • <token> - A unit of information
  • <trademark> - A trademark
  • <type> - The classification of a value
  • <ulink> - A link that addresses its target by means of a URL (Uniform Resource Locator)
  • <userinput> - Data entered by the user
  • <varargs> - An empty element in a function synopsis indicating a variable number of arguments
  • [100%] <variablelist> - A list in which each entry is composed of a set of one or more terms and an associated description
  • [100%] <varlistentry> - A wrapper for a set of terms and the associated description in a variable list
  • <varname> - The name of a variable
  • <void> - An empty element in a function synopsis indicating that the function in question takes no arguments
  • <volumenum> - The volume number of a document in a set (as of books in a set or articles in a journal)
  • <warning> - An admonition set off from the text
  • <wordasword> - A word meant specifically as a word and not representing anything else
  • <xref> - A cross reference to another part of the document
  • <year> - The year of publication of a document

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