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 							-*- indented-text -*-
+to 19.15 beta6
+-- tm-7.100.2
+-- 20k of new zippy quotes from mly
+-- By popular demand, `font-menu-this-frame-only-p' now defaults to nil.
+-- Neal Becker's Rosetta Man patch reinstalled
+-- VM 5.97
+-- Minimize displayed help windows to avoid wasted screen space
+-- Miscellaneous bug fixes
+-- Java fontlocking update from Bob Weiner
+-- pcl-cvs update from Neal Becker
+
 to 19.15 beta5
 -- tm-7.97
 -- InfoDock man.el
 SUBDIR = ${MAKE_SUBDIR} man
 
 # The makefiles of the directories in $SUBDIR.
-SUBDIR_MAKEFILES = lib-src/Makefile lwlib/Makefile dynodump/Makefile src/Makefile man/Makefile
+SUBDIR_MAKEFILES = lib-src/Makefile lwlib/Makefile dynodump/Makefile src/Makefile
 
 # Subdirectories to install, and where they'll go.
 # lib-src's makefile knows how to install it, so we don't do that here.
 	   if [ ! -f ${infodir}/dir ] && [ -f dir ]; then \
 	     ${INSTALL_DATA} ${srcdir}/info/dir ${infodir}/dir ; \
 	   fi ; \
-	   for f in ange-ftp* cc-mode* cl* dired* ediff* external-widget* \
-		    forms* gnus* hyperbole* ilisp* info* internals* \
-		    ispell* internals* lispref* mailcrypt* message* mh-e* \
-                    new-users-guide* oo-browser* pcl-cvs* psgml* rmail* \
-                    standards* supercite* term.* termcap* texinfo* viper* \
-                    vm* w3* xemacs* ; do \
+	   for f in *.info* ; do \
 	     ${INSTALL_DATA} ${srcdir}/info/$$f ${infodir}/$$f ; \
 	     chmod 0644 ${infodir}/$$f; \
 	     gzip -9 ${infodir}/$$f; \
   hppa*-hp-hpux7* )
     machine=hp800 opsys=hpux NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
   ;;
-  hppa*-hp-hpux8shr* )
-    machine=hp800 opsys=hpux8shr NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
+  hppa*-hp-hpux8*shr* )
+    machine=hp800 opsys=hpux8-shr NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
   ;;
   hppa*-hp-hpux8* )
     machine=hp800 opsys=hpux8 NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
   ;;
-  hppa*-hp-hpux9shr* )
-    machine=hp800 opsys=hpux9shr NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
+  hppa*-hp-hpux9*shr* )
+    machine=hp800 opsys=hpux9-shr NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
   ;;
   hppa*-hp-hpux9* )
     machine=hp800 opsys=hpux9 NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
   ;;
-  hppa*-hp-hpux10shr* )
-    machine=hp800 opsys=hpux10shr NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
+  hppa*-hp-hpux10*shr* )
+    machine=hp800 opsys=hpux10*shr NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
   ;;
   hppa*-hp-hpux10* )
     machine=hp800 opsys=hpux10 NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
     case "${canonical}" in
       ## The Sun386 didn't get past 4.0.
       i[3-9]86-*-sunos4	   ) opsys=sunos4-0      ;;
-      *-sunos4shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-0shr   ;;
-      *-sunos4-0shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-0shr   ;;
-      *-sunos4-1shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-1shr   ;;
-      *-sunos4-1-2shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-1-2shr ;;
-      *-sunos4-1-[3-9]shr* ) opsys=sunos4-1-3shr ;;
+      *-sunos4*shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-0-shr   ;;
+      *-sunos4-0*shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-0-shr   ;;
+      *-sunos4-1*shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-1-shr   ;;
+      *-sunos4-1-2*shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-1-2-shr ;;
+      *-sunos4-1-[3-9]*shr* ) opsys=sunos4-1-3-shr ;;
       *-sunos4.0*	   ) opsys=sunos4-0      ;;
       *-sunos4.1.2*        ) opsys=sunos4-1-2    ;;
       *-sunos4.1.[3-9]*	   ) opsys=sunos4-1-3    ;;
 
 if [ "${dynamic}" = "yes" ]; then
   case "${opsys}" in
-    hpux8		) opsys=hpux8shr ;;
-    hpux9		) opsys=hpux9shr ;;
-    hpux10		) opsys=hpux10shr ;;
-    sunos4-0		) opsys=sunos4-0shr ;;
-    sunos4-1		) opsys=sunos4-1shr ;;
-    sunos4-1-2		) opsys=sunos4-1-2shr ;;
-    sunos4-1-3		) opsys=sunos4-1-3shr ;;
+    hpux8		) opsys=hpux8-shr ;;
+    hpux9		) opsys=hpux9-shr ;;
+    hpux10		) opsys=hpux10-shr ;;
+    sunos4-0		) opsys=sunos4-0-shr ;;
+    sunos4-1		) opsys=sunos4-1-shr ;;
+    sunos4-1-2		) opsys=sunos4-1-2-shr ;;
+    sunos4-1-3		) opsys=sunos4-1-3-shr ;;
     sco5		) opsys=sco5-shr ;;
   esac
 elif [ "${dynamic}" = "no" ]; then
   esac
 fi
 
-if test "${opsys}" = "hpux9shr"; then
+if test "${opsys}" = "hpux9-shr"; then
   case "${x_libraries}" in
     *X11R4* )
       opsysfile="s/hpux9shxr4.h"
   hppa*-hp-hpux7* )
     machine=hp800 opsys=hpux NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
   ;;
-  hppa*-hp-hpux8shr* )
-    machine=hp800 opsys=hpux8shr NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
+  hppa*-hp-hpux8*shr* )
+    machine=hp800 opsys=hpux8*shr NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
   ;;
   hppa*-hp-hpux8* )
     machine=hp800 opsys=hpux8 NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
   ;;
-  hppa*-hp-hpux9shr* )
-    machine=hp800 opsys=hpux9shr NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
+  hppa*-hp-hpux9*shr* )
+    machine=hp800 opsys=hpux9*shr NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
   ;;
   hppa*-hp-hpux9* )
     machine=hp800 opsys=hpux9 NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
   ;;
-  hppa*-hp-hpux10shr* )
-    machine=hp800 opsys=hpux10shr NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
+  hppa*-hp-hpux10*shr* )
+    machine=hp800 opsys=hpux10*shr NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
   ;;
   hppa*-hp-hpux10* )
     machine=hp800 opsys=hpux10 NON_GNU_CPP="cc -Aa -E" NON_GNU_CC="cc -Aa"
     case "${canonical}" in
       ## The Sun386 didn't get past 4.0.
       i[3-9]86-*-sunos4	   ) opsys=sunos4-0      ;;
-      *-sunos4shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-0shr   ;;
-      *-sunos4-0shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-0shr   ;;
-      *-sunos4-1shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-1shr   ;;
-      *-sunos4-1-2shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-1-2shr ;;
-      *-sunos4-1-[3-9]shr* ) opsys=sunos4-1-3shr ;;
+      *-sunos4*shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-0-shr   ;;
+      *-sunos4-0*shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-0-shr   ;;
+      *-sunos4-1*shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-1-shr   ;;
+      *-sunos4-1-2*shr*	   ) opsys=sunos4-1-2-shr ;;
+      *-sunos4-1-[3-9]*shr* ) opsys=sunos4-1-3-shr ;;
       *-sunos4.0*	   ) opsys=sunos4-0      ;;
       *-sunos4.1.2*        ) opsys=sunos4-1-2    ;;
       *-sunos4.1.[3-9]*	   ) opsys=sunos4-1-3    ;;
   esac
 fi
 
-if test "${opsys}" = "hpux9shr"; then
+if test "${opsys}" = "hpux9-shr"; then
   case "${x_libraries}" in
     *X11R4* )
       opsysfile="s/hpux9shxr4.h"

dynodump/Makefile.in.in

 #endif
 
 dynodump.so: ${srcdir}/_dynodump.h $(OBJS)
-	$(CC) -o dynodump.so -G $(OBJS) -lelf -lmapmalloc
+	PATH=/usr/ccs/bin:$PATH ld -o dynodump.so -G $(OBJS) -lelf -lmapmalloc
 
 _relocate.o: ${srcdir}/$(ARCH)/_relocate.c
 	$(CC) -c $(ALL_CFLAGS) ${srcdir}/$(ARCH)/_relocate.c

etc/ns/XEmacs.info

-Title           XEmacs
-Version         19.13
-Description     XEmacs has native support for the NeXTstep window system.  If you have installed the old XEmacs.app in /LocalApps, don't forget to delete it first.  Installation will also create links to the /usr/local hierarchy which makes XEmacs accessible to shell users.
-DefaultLocation /LocalApps
-Relocatable     NO
-Application     YES
-DiskName        XEmacs19.13
-DeleteWarning   Removing this package will also delete the links to it in the /usr/local hierachy.

etc/sgml/cdtd/html-foo

Binary file removed.

etc/sgml/cdtd/html-netscape

Binary file removed.

etc/sgml/html-netscape.dtd

-<!--
-        html3.dtd
-
-        Document Type Definition for the HyperText Markup Language (HTML DTD)
-
-        Draft: Fri 24-Mar-95 09:46:33
-
-        Author: Dave Raggett <dsr@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
-
-        W3O is developing a testbed browser to provide practical
-        experience with HTML 3.0 before it becomes a standard.
-        See:  http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/Arena/
-
-        This is an open process and comments are welcomed on the
-        www-html mailing list.
-
-        Please use the following MIME content type:
-        
-        	Content-Type: text/html; version=3.0
-        	
-        This will allow clients to distinguish HTML 3.0 from current
-        HTML documents. This is most easily achieved by saving
-        files with the extension ".html3" or ".ht3" so that servers
-        can easily distinguish these files from HTML 2.0 files.
-        
-        The entity HTML.Recommended can be used to give a more rigorous
-        version of the DTD suitable for use with SGML authoring tools.
-        The default version of the DTD offers a laxer interpretation,
-        e.g. allowing authors to omit leading <P> elements. You can
-        switch on the more rigorous version of the DTD by including
-        the following at the start of your HTML document.
-
-         <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//IETF//DTD HTML 3.0//EN//"
-            [ <!ENTITY % HTML.Recommended "INCLUDE"> ] >
-
-
-        Design Objectives:
-
-        o   Backwards compatibility with 2.0
-
-        o   Tightening up HTML.Recommended and
-            moving more things to HTML.Deprecated
-
-        o   Keep HTML - simple don't compete with CALS
-
-        o   Make it practical for people to edit HTML 3.0
-            documents directly, i.e. avoid long names.
-
-        o   Tables, figures and math from HTML+
-            with tweaks based on recent experience
-
-        o   Client-side event handling for figures
-            and graphical form selection menus
-
-        o   Add limited presentational controls with
-            a view to use of linked style sheets
-            (style overrides are supported)
-
-        o   Compatibility with ICADD as per Yuri's suggestions
-
-        HTML 3.0 relies on linked style info to give authors
-        control over the appearence of documents. Such info is
-        placed in a linked style sheet, or as overrides in the
-        HTML document head, using the STYLE element. The generic
-        CLASS attribute can be used to subclass elements when
-        you want to use a different style from normal, e.g. you
-        might use <h2 class=bigcaps> for headers with enlarged
-        capital letters. Note that the class attribute has a
-        wider scope than just style changes, e.g. browsers could
-        provide the means for searching through documents,
-        restricting search according to element class values.
-
-        The DTD contains a small number of attributes for direct
-        control of basic alignment parameters; column widths for
-        tables; support for custom bullets, sequence numbering for
-        lists and headers; and text flow. These attributes offer
-        control over appearence which would be inconvenient to
-        express exclusively via associated style sheets.
-
-        The MD attribute for each hypertext or inline link specifies a
-        message digest such as MD5 for the linked object and is needed
-        to ensure someone hasn't tampered with a linked document.
-
-  History:
-  
-    24th March '95
-    
-    Changed ROLE->CLASS for HTML element
-    Added dummy elements to fix problem with mixed
-    content models for BODY, BLOCKQUOTE/BQ and FIG
-    Dropped audio fields from FORMs
-    Reinstated MIN/MAX for range fields
-    Reinstated DISABLED and ERROR attributes for fields
-  
-    22nd March '95
-    
-    Changed from em to en units. The latter
-    is a typographical unit = half point size
-    Merged NEEDS into CLEAR for control of textflow
-  
-    21st March '95
-    
-    Added REL=Banner to LINK element
-    Added BANNER element in place of <DIV CLASS=BANNER>
-    Added RANGE and SPOT elements
-    Added FN in place of <NOTE ROLE=FOOTNOTE>
-    Changed ROLE->CLASS for NOTE element
-
-    17th March '95
-    
-    Fixed bug in PRE content model
-    Changed external references to omit trailling //
-    Dropped <!DOCTYPE HTML [ ... ]> wrapper to avoid problems
-      with "real" sgml parsers
-    Added NOFLOW attribute to FIG and TABLE
-    Fixed typo in IMG ALIGN attribute
-    Made SELECT match IMG for graphic attributes
-    Added decimal alignment for tabs and table cells
-    Added ALIGN attribute to TEXTAREA for parity
-      with IMG and INPUT, including ALIGN=LEFT etc.
-    
-    13th March '95
-    
-    Dropped MARK tag on advice from SGML Open
-    Allowed spaces in table colspec attribute
-    Changed ARRAY element
-    Added CHOOSE tag to BOX element
-    Cleaned up PRE content model
-    Obsoleted tags incompatible with SGML
-    
-    6th March '95
-    
-    Added several tags to MATH: %mathface, %mathvec
-    and improved ROOT, with new SQRT convience tag
-    
-    1st March '95
-    
-    Dropped align attribute from BR element
-    Added indent attribute to TAB
-    Added optional CREDIT to end of BQ
-    Changed FIG to %body.content to allow headers
-    
-    22nd February '95
-    
-    Added align attribute, and dropped before, after, center and right
-      attributes to clean up TAB element
-    Added INS and DEL for legal documents    
-    Added CREDIT to end of FIG element
-    Dropped FN in favor of <NOTE ROLE=FootNote>
-    
-    9th Feburuary '95
-
-    Dropped base attribute mechanism for scoping relative URLs
-    Dropped nofold attribute for disabling whitespace folding
-    Dropped border width attributes for FIG (-> style sheet)
-    Dropped delims attribute from math BOX element
-    Dropped stylistic attributes from OL such as inherit (-> stylesheet)
-    Added baseline to list of valign attribute values for tables.
-    Added DIV element for generic container class and static banners
-    Added MARK element for marked range class
-    Added closed set of LINK REL values for toolbars
-    Added numbering attributes to headers
-    Added bullet attributes to headers
-    Added TERM element to math for style sheet control of term rendering
-    Changed to imagemap=URI for server-side event handling for FIG/OVERLAY
-    Changed delimiter attributes for math arrays
-    Changed ROOT element for maths to allow an arbitrary radix
-    Simplified numbering attributes for ordered lists
-    Simplified STYLE element to leave binding to style language
--->
-
-<!ENTITY % HTML.Version
-        "-//IETF//DTD HTML Netscape//EN"
-
-        -- Typical usage:
-
-            <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//IETF//DTD HTML Netscape//EN">
-            <html>
-            ...
-            </html>
-        --
-        >
-
-<!--================== Flags for Marked Sections ==========================-->
-
-<!ENTITY % HTML.Recommended "IGNORE"
-        -- Certain features of the language are necessary for compatibility
-           with widespread usage, but they may compromise the structural
-           integrity of a document. This feature test entity enables
-           a more prescriptive document type definition that eliminates
-           the above features.
-        -->
-
-<![ %HTML.Recommended [
-        <!ENTITY % HTML.Deprecated "IGNORE">
-]]>
-
-<!ENTITY % HTML.Deprecated "INCLUDE"
-        -- Certain features of the language are necessary for compatibility
-           with earlier versions of the specification, but they tend
-           to be used an implemented inconsistently, and their use is
-           deprecated. This feature test entity enables a document type
-           definition that eliminates these features.
-        -->
-        
-<!ENTITY % HTML.Obsoleted "IGNORE"
-        -- The XMP, LISTING and PLAINTEXT tags are incompatible with SGML
-           and derive from very early versions of HTML. They require non-
-           standard parsers and will cause problems for processing
-           documents with standard SGML tools.
-        -->
-
-<!--================== Imported Names =====================================-->
-
-<!ENTITY % Content-Type "CDATA"
-        -- meaning a MIME content type, as per RFC1521
-        -->
-
-<!ENTITY % HTTP-Method "GET | POST"
-        -- as per HTTP specification
-        -->
-
-<!ENTITY % URI "CDATA"
-        -- The term URI means a CDATA attribute
-           whose value is a Uniform Resource Identifier,
-           as defined by
-        "Uniform Resource Identifiers" by Tim Berners-Lee
-        aka http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/Addressing/URL/URI_Overview.html
-        aka RFC 1630
-
-        Note that CDATA attributes are limited by the LITLEN
-        capacity (1024 in the current version of html.decl),
-        so that URIs in HTML have a bounded length.
-
-        -->
-
-<!ENTITY % REAL "CDATA" -- real numbers (not in SGML) -->
-
-<!ENTITY % SHAPE "CDATA" 
-    -- Shape of hotzone in image.
-
-       All coordinates are assumed to be numbers in the range 0 to 1
-       and interpreted as fractional width/height and measured from
-       the top left corner of the associated image.
-
-       The attribute value is a string taking one of the following forms:
-       
-       		"default"
-       		
-       Used to define a default link for the figure background.
-
-            "circle x, y, r" 
-
-       (x, y) define the center and r the radius.
-
-            "rect x, y, w, h"
-
-       (x, y) defines upper left, and w and h the width and height.
-
-            "polygon x1, y1, x2, y2, ..."
-
-       Given n pairs of x, y coordinates, the polygon is closed by a
-       line linking the n'th point to the first. Intersecting polygons
-       use the non-zero winding number rule to determine if a point lies
-       inside the polygon.I
-    --
->
-
-<!ENTITY % COLOR "CDATA">
-
-<!-- 3.0 Parameter Entities -->
-
-<!ENTITY % heading "H1|H2|H3|H4|H5|H6">
-
-<![ %HTML.Obsoleted [
-    <!ENTITY % preformatted "PRE | XMP | LISTING">
-]]>
-
-
-<![ %HTML.Deprecated [
-    <!ENTITY % list "UL | OL | DIR | MENU">
-    <!ENTITY % blockquote "BLOCKQUOTE | BQ">
-]]>
-
-<!ENTITY % list "UL | OL">
-
-<!ENTITY % blockquote "BQ">
-
-<!ENTITY % preformatted "PRE">
-
-
-<!-- The CLASS attribute is used to subclass HTML elements for
-     rendering purposes, when used with style sheets, e.g. DSSSL lite -->
-
-<!ENTITY % attrs  -- common attributes for elements --
-        'id       ID      #IMPLIED -- as target for hrefs (link ends) --
-         lang     CDATA   "en.us"  -- ISO language, country code --
-         class    NAMES   #IMPLIED -- for subclassing elements --'>
-
-<!-- SGML standard forces different NAMES for all attribute values
-     in the same element, regardless of the attribute name! As a result
-     CDATA is used for CLEAR attribute to avoid clash with ALIGN attribute.-->
-
-<!--
-When text flows around a figure or table in the margin, you sometimes want
-to start an element like a header, paragraph or list below the figure rather
-than alongside it. The CLEAR attribute allows you to move down unconditionally:
-
-	clear=left          move down until left margin is clear
-	clear=right         move down until right margin is clear
-	clear=all           move down until both margins are clear
-
-Alternatively, you can decide to place the element alongside the figure just
-so long as there is enough room. The minimum width needed is specified as:
-
-	clear="40 en"       move down until there is at least 40 en units free
-	clear="100 pixels"  move down until there is at least 100 pixels free
-	
-The style sheet (or browser defaults) may provide default minimum widths for
-each class of block-like elements.
--->
-
-<!ENTITY % needs -- Attributes for controlling text flow. Used in headers
-                    and other elements to guarantee sufficient room --
-        'clear  CDATA #IMPLIED'>
-
-<!--
-    The following attribute may be included where ever a URL can be given:
-
-    md      message digest e.g. md="md5:jV2OfH+nnXHU8bnkPAad/mSQlTDZ"
-            where the digest is base64 encoded and preceded by a prefix
-            denoting the algorithm (in this case MD5).
--->
-
-<!ENTITY % url.link -- Attributes associated with URL based links --
-        "md     CDATA  #IMPLIED  -- message digest for linked object --">
-
-<!--================ Character mnemonic entities ==========================-->
-
-<!-- The HTML list of Latin-1 entities includes the full range
-     of characters in widely available Latin-1 fonts, and as such
-     is a mixture of ISOlat1 and other ISO publishing symbols -->
-
-<!ENTITY % HTMLlat1 PUBLIC
-  "-//IETF//ENTITIES Added Latin 1 for HTML//EN">
-%HTMLlat1;
-
-<!--================ Entities for special symbols =========================-->
-
-<!ENTITY emsp   SDATA "[emsp  ]" -- em space -->
-<!ENTITY ensp   SDATA "[ensp  ]" -- en space (1/2-em) -->
-<!ENTITY mdash  SDATA "[ndash ]" -- em dash -->
-<!ENTITY ndash  SDATA "[ndash ]" -- en dash (1/2-em) -->
-<!ENTITY nbsp   SDATA "[nbsp  ]" -- non breaking space -->
-<!ENTITY shy    SDATA "[shy   ]" -- soft hyphen -->
-<!ENTITY copy   SDATA "[copy  ]" -- copyright sign -->
-<!ENTITY trade  SDATA "[trade ]" -- trade mark sign -->
-<!ENTITY reg    SDATA "[reg   ]" -- registered sign -->
-
-<!--================ Entities for standard icons ==========================-->
-
-<!-- a range of standard icons such as &folder; for use
-     in speeding up display of directory listings etc. -->
-
-<!-- <!ENTITY % HTMLicons PUBLIC -->
-<!--   "-//IETF//ENTITIES icons for HTML//EN"> -->
-<!-- %HTMLicons; -->
-
-<!--================ Entities for math symbols ============================-->
-
-<!-- ISO subset chosen for use with the widely available Adobe math font -->
-
-<!-- <!ENTITY % HTMLmath PUBLIC -->
-<!--   "-//IETF//ENTITIES Math and Greek for HTML//EN"> -->
-<!-- %HTMLmath; -->
-
-<!--=================== Text Markup =======================================-->
-
-<!ENTITY % font " U | S | TT | I | BIG | SMALL">
-
-<!ENTITY % phrase "EM | STRONG | CODE | SAMP | KBD | VAR | CITE | NOBR | CENTER">
-
-<!ENTITY % misc "Q | LANG | AU | DFN | PERSON | ACRONYM | ABBREV | INS | DEL">
-
-<!ENTITY % special "TAB | MATH | A | IMG | BR | WBR">
-
-<!ENTITY % notmath "%font | %phrase | %special | %misc">
-
-<!ENTITY % text "#PCDATA | SUB | SUP | B | FONT | %notmath">
-
-
-<!ENTITY % pre.exclusion "TAB|MATH|IMG|BIG|SMALL|SUB|SUP">
-
-<!ELEMENT (%font|B|%phrase|%misc) - - (%text)+>
-<!ATTLIST (%font|B|%phrase|%misc) %attrs;>
-
-<!-- Subscripts and superscripts. The ALIGN attribute is only used for math -->
-
-<!ELEMENT (SUB|SUP) - - (%text)+>
-<!ATTLIST (SUB|SUP)
-        %attrs;
-        align (left|center|right) #IMPLIED
-        >
-
-<!ELEMENT FONT - - (%text)+>
-<!ATTLIST FONT
-        size NUMBER #IMPLIED
-        >
-
-<!ELEMENT BASEFONT - - (%text)+>
-<!ATTLIST BASEFONT
-        size NUMBER #IMPLIED
-        >
-
-<!-- Forced line break -->
-
-<!ELEMENT BR    - O EMPTY>
-<!ATTLIST BR
-        %attrs;
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        >
-
-<!-- Named left, center and right tab stops (independent of '\t' char) -->
-
-<!ELEMENT TAB - O EMPTY>
-<!ATTLIST TAB
-        id       ID       #IMPLIED  -- defines named tab stop --
-        indent   NUMBER   0         -- en units before new tab stop --
-        to       IDREF    #IMPLIED  -- jump to named tab stop --
-        align   (left|center|right|decimal) left
-        dp      CDATA     #IMPLIED  -- decimal point e.g. dp="," --
-        >
-
-<!ELEMENT NOBR     - O (%text)+>
-
-<!ELEMENT WBR    - O EMPTY>
-
-<!ELEMENT CENTER     - O (%text)+>
-
-<!--================== Link Markup ========================================-->
-
-<!--
-     With HTML 3.0 you can use ID attributes on most elements for named
-     link ends. The use of the NAME attribute on anchors is deprecated.
-
-     Do we want to support arbitrary elements for link starts? This would
-     involve adding HREF and related attributes to most elements.
--->
-
-<![ %HTML.Deprecated [
-    <!ENTITY % linkName "name CDATA #IMPLIED -- named link end --">
-]]>
-
-<!ENTITY % linkName "">
-
-
-<!ENTITY % ToolBar "home|toc|index|glossary|copyright|
-                    up|previous|next|help|bookmark"
-
-        -- LINK RELationship values which are used to create toolbar
-           buttons or menu items for navigation, where toc stands
-           for table of contents and bookmark provides for an open
-           ended set of links, i.e. you can use multiple bookmarks
-           for key entry points. Use the optional TITLE attribute
-           to override default names.
-        -->
-
-<!ENTITY % linkType "NAME"
-        -- A definitive list will be specified at a later date.
-
-           They are used
-
-                a) by stylesheets to control how collections of
-                   html nodes are rendered into printed documents
-
-                b) for document specific toolbars/menus when used
-                   with the LINK element in document head:
-
-                    "home|toc|index|glossary|copyright|
-                           up|previous|next|help|bookmark"
-
-                   where toc stands for table of contents and
-                   bookmark provides for an open ended set of links,
-                   i.e. you can use several bookmarks for key entry
-                   points. Use the optional TITLE attribute to
-                   override default names.
-
-                c) for hypertext paths or guided tours,
-                   with REL=NODE and REL=PATH. 
-
-                d) to make a link to a style sheet, e.g. rel=stylesheet
-                   (used only with the LINK element).
-                   
-                e) to make a link to a separate banner, e.g. rel=banner
-                   (used only with the LINK element).
-        -->
-
-
-<!ENTITY % linkExtraAttributes -- URN moved to %url.link --
-       "rel %linkType #IMPLIED -- forward relationship type --
-        rev %linkType #IMPLIED -- reversed relationship type
-                                  to referent data --
-        title   CDATA #IMPLIED -- advisory only --
-        methods NAMES #IMPLIED -- supported public methods of the object:
-                                        TEXTSEARCH, GET, HEAD, ... --
-        ">
-
-<![ %HTML.Deprecated [
-    <!ENTITY % A.content "(%heading|%text)+">
-]]>
-
-<!ENTITY % A.content   "(%text)+">
-
-<!ELEMENT A     - - %A.content -(A)>
-
-<!ATTLIST A
-        %attrs;
-        href   %URI;  #IMPLIED
-        %url.link;    -- standard link attributes --
-        %linkName;     -- name attribute is deprecated; use ID instead --
-        shape %SHAPE; #IMPLIED -- for shaped hotzones in FIGs --
-        %linkExtraAttributes;
-        >
-
-<!--=================== Images ============================================-->
-
-<!-- Desired widths are used for negotiating image size
-     with the module responsible for painting the image.
-     align=left or right cause image to float to margin
-     and for subsequent text to wrap around image -->
-
-<!ELEMENT IMG    - O EMPTY --  Embedded image -->
-<!ATTLIST IMG
-        %attrs;
-        src  %URI;  #REQUIRED  -- URI of image to embed --
-        %url.link;             -- standard link attributes --
-        alt CDATA   #IMPLIED   -- for display in place of image --
-        align
-        (left|right|top|texttop|middle|absmiddle|baseline|bottom|absbottom) top -- relative to baseline --
-        width  NUMBER #IMPLIED -- desired width in en's or pixels --
-        height NUMBER #IMPLIED -- desired height in en's or pixels --
-        border NUMBER #IMPLIED 
-        vspace NUMBER #IMPLIED
-        hspace NUMBER #IMPLIED
-        units  (en|pixels) pixels -- units for width and height --
-        ismap (ismap) #IMPLIED -- pass clicks to server --
-        >
-
-<!--=================== Paragraphs=========================================-->
-
-<!ELEMENT P     - O (%text)+>
-<!ATTLIST P
-        %attrs;
-        align  (left|center|right|justify) #IMPLIED
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        nowrap (nowrap) #IMPLIED -- disable wordwrap --
-        >
-
-<!--=================== Headings, Titles, Sections ========================-->
-
-<!ELEMENT HR    - O EMPTY -- customizable horizontal rule -->
-<!ATTLIST HR
-        %attrs;
-        src     %URI;   #IMPLIED -- URI of custom rule graphic --
-        %url.link;               -- standard link attributes --
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        size NUMBER #IMPLIED     -- thickness of rule --
-        width NUMBER #IMPLIED    -- width of rule --
-        align (left|right|center) #IMPLIED -- relative to margin --
-        noshade (noshade) #IMPLIED -- fancy shading --
-        >
-
-<!--
-  Headers can be numbered, although this is a matter for style sheets.
-  The style sheet controls the numbering style:
-
-     a) whether the parent numbering is inherited, e.g.  5.i.c
-        where 5 is the current sequence number for H1 headers, and
-        1 is the number for H2 headers and 3 for H3 headers.
-
-     b) what style is used for current sequence number
-        e.g. arabic, upperalpha, loweralpha, upperroman, lowerroman
-        or a numbering scheme appropriate for the current language
-
-  The skip attribute is used to skip over sequence numbers for items
-  which have been left out of the list, e.g. skip=3 advances the
-  sequence number past 3 omitted items. The seqnum sets the sequence
-  number to a specified value. Note that the style sheet may take
-  advantage of the sequence number for higher level headers.
-
-  The dingbat or src attributes may be used to specify a bullet like
-  image to be placed adjacent to the header. Defining this in the
-  header element simplifies the document markup and avoids the need
-  to use the clear or needs attribute in the following element to
-  prevent it flowing around this image.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT ( %heading )  - -  (%text;)+>
-<!ATTLIST ( %heading )
-        %attrs;
-        align  (left|center|right|justify) #IMPLIED
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        seqnum   NUMBER   #IMPLIED  -- starting sequence number --
-        skip     NUMBER   0         -- skip seq nums for missing items --
-        dingbat  ENTITY   #IMPLIED  -- dingbat entity from HTMLicons --
-        src      (%URI;)  #IMPLIED  -- bullet defined by graphic --
-        %url.link;                  -- standard link attributes --
-        nowrap   (nowrap)  #IMPLIED -- disable wordwrap --
-        >
-
-<!ELEMENT TITLE - -  (#PCDATA)
-          -- The TITLE element is not considered part of the flow of text.
-             It should be displayed, for example as the page header or
-             window title.
-          -->
-
-<!--=================== Text Flows ========================================-->
-
-<!ENTITY % block
-     "P | %list | DL
-        | %preformatted
-        | %blockquote
-        | FORM | ISINDEX | FN
-        | TABLE | FIG | NOTE">
-
-<!--
-  ((%block)* | (%text)*) would be much nicer as it would avoid the need
-  for a <P> tag when all you want is a few words of text. The problem
-  is that it also prevents: "<LI> <P>some text" since it forbids PCDATA
-  and hence the white space between the <LI> and the <P>.
--->
-
-<![ %HTML.Recommended [
-    <!ENTITY % flow "(%block)*">
-]]>
-
-<!ENTITY % flow "(%text | %block)*">
-
-<!ELEMENT PRE - - (%text)* -(%pre.exclusion)>
-
-<!ATTLIST PRE
-        %attrs;
-        width NUMBER #implied
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        >
-
-<![ %HTML.Obsoleted [
-
-<!ENTITY % literal "CDATA"
-        -- special non-conforming parsing mode where
-           the only markup signal is the end tag
-           in full. This will cause problems for
-           standard SGML tools!
-        -->
-
-<!ELEMENT XMP - -  %literal>
-<!ELEMENT LISTING - -  %literal>
-<!ELEMENT PLAINTEXT - O %literal>
-
-]]>
-
-<!--=================== Lists =============================================-->
-
-<!ELEMENT DL    - -  (LH?, (DT|DD)+) -- this is perhaps too lax? -->
-<!ATTLIST DL
-        %attrs;
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        compact (compact) #IMPLIED -- more compact style --
-        >
-
-<!ELEMENT DT    - O  (%text)+>
-<!ELEMENT DD    - O  %flow;>
-<!ATTLIST (DT|DD)
-        %attrs;
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        >
-
-
-<!ELEMENT (OL|UL) - -  (LH?, LI+) -- should we allow a list header ? -->
-
-<!-- style sheet controls numbering style
-    a) whether the parent numbering is inherited, e.g.  5.1.c
-    b) what style is used for current sequence number
-        e.g. arabic, upperalpha, loweralpha, upperroman, lowerroman
-        or a numbering scheme for the current language
--->
-<!ATTLIST OL
-        %attrs;
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        continue (continue)  #IMPLIED   -- don't restart sequence number --
-        seqnum    NUMBER     #IMPLIED   -- starting sequence number --
-        compact (compact)    #IMPLIED   -- reduced interitem spacing --
-        >
-
-<!-- Unordered lists:
-
-    o   single or multicolumn with
-        horizontal or vertical wrapping
-
-    o   plain or bulletted list items
-
-    o   bullets can be customised via:
-            - entities (dingbats in HTMLicons)
-            - external graphic via URL
-            - individual attributes on LI tags
--->
-<!ATTLIST UL
-        %attrs;
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        wrap (vert|horiz|none) none -- multicolumn list style --
-        plain   (plain)  #IMPLIED   -- suppress bullets --
-        dingbat  ENTITY  #IMPLIED   -- dingbat entity from HTMLicons --
-        src     (%URI;)  #IMPLIED   -- bullet defined by graphic --
-        %url.link;                  -- standard link attributes --
-        compact (compact) #IMPLIED  -- reduced interitem spacing --
-        >
-
-<!ELEMENT LH - O (%text;)+ -- list header -->
-<!ATTLIST LH %attrs;>
-
-<!--
-    For unordered lists, you can override the standard bullet with
-    a custom graphic specified via a URI e.g. src="splash.gif" or
-    a reference to one of the HTMLicons graphics e.g. dingbat=folder
-
-    The skip attribute is used with ordered lists to skip over sequence
-    numbers for items which have been left out of the list, e.g. skip=3
-    advances the sequence number past 3 omitted items.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT LI - O %flow; -- list item -->
-<!ATTLIST LI
-        %attrs;
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        dingbat ENTITY #IMPLIED -- dingbat entity from HTMLicons --
-        src  (%URI;) #IMPLIED   -- custom bullet graphic --
-        %url.link;              -- standard link attributes --
-        skip NUMBER 0           -- skip seq nums for missing items --
-        >
-
-<!-- DIR and MENU are now subsumed by UL with type=plain. Use the
-     wrap attribute to control wrapping style for multicolumn lists -->
-
-<![ %HTML.Deprecated [
-    <!ELEMENT (DIR|MENU) - - (LI)+ -(%block)>
-    <!ATTLIST (DIR|MENU)
-        compact (compact) #IMPLIED>
-]]>
-
-<!--=================== Document Body =====================================-->
-
-<![ %HTML.Recommended [
-        <!ENTITY % body.content "(DIV|%heading|%block|HR|ADDRESS)*"
-        -- <h1>Heading</h1>
-           <p>Text ...
-                is preferred to
-           <h1>Heading</h1>
-           Text ...
-        -->
-]]>
-
-<!ENTITY % body.content "(DIV | %heading | %text | %block | HR | ADDRESS)*">
-
-<!ELEMENT BODY O O  (BANNER?, BODYTEXT) +(SPOT)>
-<!ATTLIST BODY
-        %attrs;
-        background %URI; #IMPLIED  -- texture tile for document background --
-        bgcolor %COLOR; #IMPLIED
-        text %COLOR; #IMPLIED
-        link %COLOR; #IMPLIED 
-        vlink %COLOR; #IMPLIED
-        alink %COLOR; #IMPLIED
-        >
-
-<!ELEMENT BODYTEXT O O %body.content -- dummy element -->
-
-<!-- 
-  The BANNER element is used for a banner section which appears at
-  the top of the window and doesn't scroll with window contents.
-  This can be used for corporate logos, copyright statements and
-  disclaimers, as well as customized navigation/search controls.
--->
-<!ELEMENT BANNER - - %body.content>
-<!ATTLIST BANNER %attrs; >
-
-<!-- SPOT is used to insert IDs at arbitrary places
-     e.g. for end points of a marked range (see RANGE) -->
-<!ELEMENT SPOT - O EMPTY>
-<!ATTLIST SPOT id ID #REQUIRED>
-
-<!ELEMENT (%blockquote) - - (BODYTEXT, CREDIT?)>
-<!ATTLIST (%blockquote)
-        %attrs;
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        nowrap   (nowrap)  #IMPLIED -- disable wordwrap --
-        >
-
-<!ENTITY % address.content "((%text;)* | P*)">
-
-<!ELEMENT ADDRESS - - %address.content>
-<!ATTLIST ADDRESS
-        %attrs;
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        >
-        
-<!--
-  DIV can be used with the CLASS attribute to represent different
-  kinds of container, e.g. chapter, section, abstract, appendix.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT DIV - - %body.content>
-<!ATTLIST DIV
-        %attrs;
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        align   (left|center|right) left -- alignment of following text --
-        nowrap   (nowrap)  #IMPLIED -- disable wordwrap --
-        >
-
-<!--================ Forms ===============================================-->
-
-<!--
-    As HTML 2.0 plus a few extensions:
-
-        a)  A RANGE control which varies between pair of values
-            specified with the size attribute, e.g. SIZE="1, 10"
-
-        b)  FILE widget for uploading one or more files to a server
-
-        c)  SCRIBBLE on image widget that sends the "ink" to the server
-
-        d)  SUBMIT/RESET buttons can now be customised with an image.
-            This subsumes the IMAGE type which is now deprecated.
-
-        e)  Graphical SELECTion menus are now supported, using
-            the new SHAPE attribute on OPTION elements.
-
-    Further extensions are in the pipeline (e.g. table entry,
-    multiple data formats for textarea fields and client-side
-    scripts with custom widgets) but will have to wait until
-    the backlog of implementation work diminishes.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT FORM - - %body.content -(FORM) +(INPUT|SELECT|TEXTAREA)>
-<!ATTLIST FORM
-        action %URI #REQUIRED -- server-side form handler --
-        method (%HTTP-Method) GET -- see HTTP specification --
-        enctype %Content-Type; "application/x-www-form-urlencoded"
-        script %URI #IMPLIED -- link to client-side script --
-        >
-
-<![ %HTML.Deprecated [
-    <!ENTITY % InputType "(TEXT | PASSWORD | CHECKBOX | RADIO | SUBMIT
-                   | RESET | RANGE | FILE | SCRIBBLE | HIDDEN | IMAGE)">
-]]>
-
-<!ENTITY % InputType "(TEXT | PASSWORD | CHECKBOX | RADIO | SUBMIT
-                   | RESET | RANGE | FILE | SCRIBBLE | HIDDEN)">
-
-<!ELEMENT INPUT - O EMPTY>
-<!ATTLIST INPUT
-        %attrs;
-        type %InputType TEXT
-        name  NAME  #IMPLIED       -- required for all but submit and reset --         
-        value CDATA #IMPLIED       -- required for radio buttons & checkboxes --
-        disabled (disabled) #IMPLIED -- read-only fields --
-        error CDATA #IMPLIED       -- why field is in error --
-        checked (checked) #IMPLIED -- for radio buttons and check boxes --
-        size NUMBER #IMPLIED       -- visible width of TEXT fields --
-        maxlength NUMBER #IMPLIED  -- max number of chars for TEXT fields --
-        min %REAL #IMPLIED         -- lower limit for RANGE fields --
-        max %REAL #IMPLIED         -- upper limit for RANGE fields --
-        accept CDATA #IMPLIED      -- list of MIME types for file fields --
-        src   %URI  #IMPLIED       -- for fields with background images --
-        %url.link;                 -- standard link attributes --
-        align  (top|middle|bottom|left|right) top
-        >
-
-<!--
-  SRC attribute added for graphical selection menus
-  The WIDTH, HEIGHT and UNITS attributes apply to the
-  image specified by the SRC attribute.
- -->
-
-<!ELEMENT SELECT - - (OPTION+) -(INPUT|TEXTAREA|SELECT)>
-<!ATTLIST SELECT
-        %attrs;
-        name CDATA #REQUIRED
-        multiple (multiple) #IMPLIED
-        disabled (disabled) #IMPLIED -- read-only menu --
-        error CDATA #IMPLIED   -- why selections are in error --
-        src  %URI  #IMPLIED    -- for graphical selection menus --
-        %url.link;             -- standard link attributes --
-        width  NUMBER #IMPLIED -- desired width of in en's or pixels --
-        height NUMBER #IMPLIED -- desired height in en's or pixels --
-        units  (en|pixels) pixels -- units for width and height --
-        align  (top|middle|bottom|left|right) top
-        >
-
-<!ELEMENT OPTION - O (#PCDATA)>
-<!ATTLIST OPTION
-        %attrs;
-        selected (selected) #IMPLIED
-        value  CDATA  #IMPLIED -- default to element content --
-        shape %SHAPE; #IMPLIED -- for graphical selection menus --
-        disabled (disabled) #IMPLIED -- unselectable option --
-        error CDATA #IMPLIED   -- why this choice is in error --
-        >
-
-<!--
-  Multi-line text input field. align=left or right
-  causes the field to float to margin and for
-  subsequent text to wrap around the field.
--->
-     
-<!ELEMENT TEXTAREA - - (#PCDATA) -(INPUT|TEXTAREA|SELECT)>
-<!ATTLIST TEXTAREA
-        %attrs;
-        name CDATA #REQUIRED
-        rows NUMBER #REQUIRED
-        cols NUMBER #REQUIRED
-        disabled (disabled) #IMPLIED -- read-only field --
-        error CDATA #IMPLIED         -- why field is in error --
-        align  (top|middle|bottom|left|right) top
-        >
-
-<!--======================= Captions ======================================-->
-
-<!ELEMENT CAPTION - - (%text;)+ -- table or figure caption -->
-<!ATTLIST CAPTION
-        %attrs;
-        align (top|bottom|left|right) #IMPLIED
-        >
-<!--======================= Tables ========================================-->
-
-<!--
-    Tables and figures can be aligned in several ways:
-
-    bleedleft   flush left with the left (window) border
-    left        flush left with the left text margin
-    center      centered (text flow is disabled for this mode)
-    right       flush right with the right text margin
-    bleedright  flush right with the right (window) border
-    justify     when applicable the table/figure should stretch
-                to fill space between the text margins
-
-    Note: text will flow around the table or figure if the browser
-    judges there is enough room and the alignment is not centered
-    or justified. The table or figure may itself be part of the
-    text flow around some earlier figure. You can in this case use
-    the clear or needs attributes to move the new table or figure
-    down the page beyond the obstructing earlier figure. Similarly,
-    you can use the clear or needs attributes with other elements
-    such as headers and lists to move them further down the page.
--->
-
-<!ENTITY % block.align
-        "align  (bleedleft|left|center|right|bleedright|justify) center">
-
-<!--
-    The HTML 3.0 table model has been chosen for its simplicity
-    and the ease in writing filters from common DTP packages.
-
-    By default the table is automatically sized according to the
-    cell contents and the current window size. Specifying the columns
-    widths using the colspec attribute allows browsers to start
-    displaying the table without having to wait for last row.
-
-    The colspec attribute is a list of column widths and alignment
-    specifications. The columns are listed from left to right with
-    a capital letter followed by a number, e.g. COLSPEC="L20 C8 L40".
-    The letter is L for left, C for center, R for right alignment of
-    cell contents. J is for justification, when feasible, otherwise
-    this is treated in the same way as L for left alignment.
-    Column entries are delimited by one or more space characters.
-    
-    The number specifies the width in en's, pixels or as a
-    fractional value of the table width, as according to the
-    associated units attribute. This approach is more compact
-    than used with most SGML table models and chosen to simplify
-    hand entry. The width attribute allows you to specify the
-    width of the table in pixels, en units or as a percentage
-    of the space between the current left and right margins.
-
-    To assist with rendering to speech, row and column headers
-    can be given short names using the AXIS attribute. The AXES
-    attribute is used to explicitly specify the row and column
-    names for use with each cell. Otherwise browsers can follow
-    up columns and left along rows (right for some languages)
-    to find the corresponding header cells.
-
-    Table content model: Braille limits the width of tables,
-    placing severe limits on column widths. User agents need
-    to render big cells by moving the content to a note placed
-    before the table. The cell is then rendered as a link to
-    the corresponding note.
-
-    To assist with formatting tables to paged media, authors
-    can differentiate leading and trailing rows that are to
-    be duplicated when splitting tables across page boundaries.
-    The recommended way is to subclass rows with the CLASS attribute
-    For example: <TR CLASS=Header>, <TR CLASS=Footer> are used for
-    header and footer rows. Paged browsers insert footer rows at
-    the bottom of the current page and header rows at the top of
-    the new page, followed by the remaining body rows.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT TABLE - - (CAPTION?, TR*) -- mixed headers and data -->
-<!ATTLIST TABLE
-        %attrs;
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        border (border) #IMPLIED -- draw borders --
-        colspec CDATA   #IMPLIED -- column widths and alignment --
-        units  (en|pixels|relative) en -- units for column widths --
-        dp      CDATA   #IMPLIED -- decimal point e.g. dp="," --
-        width NUMBER    #IMPLIED -- absolute or percentage width --
-        %block.align;  -- horizontal alignment --
-        noflow (noflow) #IMPLIED -- noflow around table --
-        nowrap (nowrap) #IMPLIED -- don't wrap words --
-        >
-
-<!ENTITY % cell "TH | TD">
-<!ENTITY % horiz.align "left|center|right|justify">
-<!ENTITY % vert.align  "top|middle|bottom|baseline">
-
-<!--
-    Browsers should tolerate an omission of the first <TR>
-    tag as it is implied by the context. Missing trailing
-    <TR>s implied by rowspans should be ignored.
-
-    The alignment attributes act as defaults for rows
-    overriding the colspec attribute and being in turn
-    overridden by alignment attributes on cell elements.
-    Use valign=baseline when you want to ensure that text
-    in different cells on the same row is aligned on the
-    same baseline regardless of fonts. It only applies
-    when the cells contain a single line of text.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT TR - O (%cell)* -- row container -->
-<!ATTLIST TR
-        %attrs;
-        align  (%horiz.align) #IMPLIED -- horizontal alignment --
-        valign (%vert.align)  top  -- vertical alignment --
-        dp     CDATA     #IMPLIED  -- decimal point e.g. dp="," --
-        nowrap (nowrap)  #IMPLIED  -- don't wrap words --
-        >
-
-<!--
-    Note that table cells can include nested tables.
-    Missing cells are considered to be empty, while
-    missing rows should be ignored, i.e. if a cell
-    spans a row and there are no further TR elements
-    then the implied row should be ignored.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT (%cell) - O %body.content>
-<!ATTLIST (%cell)
-        %attrs;
-        colspan NUMBER    1      -- columns spanned --
-        rowspan NUMBER    1      -- rows spanned --
-        align  (%horiz.align) #IMPLIED -- horizontal alignment --
-        valign (%vert.align) top -- vertical alignment --
-        dp      CDATA    #IMPLIED  -- decimal point e.g. dp="," --
-        nowrap (nowrap)  #IMPLIED  -- don't wrap words --
-        axis CDATA #IMPLIED -- axis name, defaults to element content --
-        axes CDATA #IMPLIED -- comma separated list of axis names --
-        >
-
-<!--====================== Figures ========================================-->
-
-<!--
-  The element contains text for use in non-graphical displays. Note that
-  you can use the shape attribute in anchors to specify hotzones on images.
-  This provides for local processing of pointer clicks and a unified method
-  for dealing with graphical and non-graphical displays.
-
-  Text is flowed around figures when the figure is left or right aligned.
-  You can request the browser to move down until there is enough room for
-  the next element, see the CLEAR and NEED attributes (in %needs)
-
-  Figures offer a path towards embedding arbitrary information formats
-  via some kind of OLE/OpenDoc mechanism.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT FIG - - (OVERLAY*, CAPTION?, FIGTEXT, CREDIT?) -(FIG|IMG)>
-<!ATTLIST FIG
-        %attrs;
-        %needs;                  -- for control of text flow --
-        src  %URI;  #REQUIRED    -- URI of document to embed --
-        %url.link;               -- standard link attributes --
-        %block.align;            -- horizontal alignment --
-        noflow (noflow) #IMPLIED -- noflow around figure --
-        width  NUMBER #IMPLIED   -- desired width in units --
-        height NUMBER #IMPLIED   -- desired height in units --
-        units (en|pixels) pixels -- specifies units as en's or pixels --
-        imagemap (%URI) #IMPLIED -- pass background clicks to server --
-        >
-        
-<!ELEMENT FIGTEXT O O %body.content -- dummy element -->
-
-<!--
-    Figure overlays. When combined with local caching, overlays
-    provide a cheap way of modifying a larger base image sent as
-    part of a previous page.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT OVERLAY - O EMPTY -- image overlay -->
-<!ATTLIST OVERLAY
-        src  %URI;  #REQUIRED    -- URI of image overlay --
-        %url.link;               -- standard link attributes --
-        units (en|pixels) pixels -- specifies units as en's or pixels --
-        x      NUMBER   0        -- offset from left in units --
-        y      NUMBER   0        -- offset from top in units --
-        width  NUMBER #IMPLIED   -- desired width in units --
-        height NUMBER #IMPLIED   -- desired height in units --
-        imagemap (%URI) #IMPLIED -- pass background clicks to server --
-        >
-
-<!ELEMENT CREDIT - - (%text;)* -- source of image -->
-<!ATTLIST CREDIT
-        %attrs;
-        >
-
-<!--======================== Notes ========================================-->
-
-<!--
-The NOTE element is used for admonishments. The CLASS attribute
-is used to differentiate NOTE's, e.g. Note, Caution or Warning.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT NOTE - - %body.content; -- admonishment -->
-<!ATTLIST NOTE
-        %attrs;
-        src %URI;   #IMPLIED  -- URI of custom graphic --
-        %url.link;            -- standard link attributes --
-        %needs; -- for control of text flow --
-        >
-
-<!--======================== Footnotes ====================================-->
-
-<!--
-Typically rendered as popup note. These elements are referenced
-by hypertext links specified with the anchor element.
--->
-<!ELEMENT FN - - %body.content;>
-<!ATTLIST FN %attrs;>
-
-<!--======================== Math  ========================================-->
-
-<!-- Use &thinsp; &emsp; etc for greater control of spacing. -->
-
-<!-- Subscripts and Superscripts
-
-  <SUB> and <SUP> are used for subscripts and superscripts.
-
-                                          i j
-      X <SUP>i</SUP>Y<SUP>j</SUP>  is   X  Y
-
-  i.e. the space following the X disambiguates the binding.
-  The align attribute can be used for horizontal alignment,
-  e.g. to explicitly place an index above an element:
-                                              i
-        X<sup align=center>i</sup>  produces  X
-
-Short references are defined for superscripts, subscripts and boxes
-to save typing when manually editing HTML math, e.g.
-
-      x^2^    is mapped to   x<sup>2</sup>
-      y_z_    is mapped to   y<sub>z</sub>
-      {a+b}   is mapped to   <box>a + b</box>
-
-Note that these only apply within the MATH element and can't be
-used in normal text!
--->
-<!ENTITY REF1   STARTTAG   "SUP">
-<!ENTITY REF2   ENDTAG     "SUP">
-<!ENTITY REF3   STARTTAG   "SUB">
-<!ENTITY REF4   ENDTAG     "SUB">
-<!ENTITY REF5   STARTTAG   "BOX">
-<!ENTITY REF6   ENDTAG     "BOX">
-
-<!USEMAP MAP1   MATH>
-<!USEMAP MAP2   SUP>
-<!USEMAP MAP3   SUB>
-<!USEMAP MAP4   BOX>
-
-<!SHORTREF MAP1 "^" REF1
-                "_" REF3
-                "{" REF5 >
-
-<!SHORTREF MAP2 "^" REF2
-                "_" REF3
-                "{" REF5 >
-
-<!SHORTREF MAP3 "_" REF4
-                "^" REF1
-                "{" REF5 >
-
-<!SHORTREF MAP4 "}" REF6
-                "^" REF1
-                "_" REF3
-                "{" REF5 >
-
-<!--
- The inclusion of %math and exclusion of %notmath is used here
- to alter the content model for the B, SUB and SUP elements,
- to limit them to formulae rather than general text elements.
--->
-
-<!ENTITY % mathvec "VEC|BAR|DOT|DDOT|HAT|TILDE" -- common accents -->
-<!ENTITY % mathface "B|T|BT" -- control of font face -->
-<!ENTITY % math "BOX|ABOVE|BELOW|%mathvec|ROOT|SQRT|ARRAY|SUB|SUP|%mathface">
-<!ENTITY % formula "#PCDATA|%math">
-
-<!ELEMENT MATH - - (#PCDATA)* -(%notmath) +(%math)>
-<!ATTLIST MATH
-        id      ID      #IMPLIED
-        class    NAMES   #IMPLIED -- e.g. class=chem -->
-
-<!-- The BOX element acts as brackets. Delimiters are optional and
-     stretch to match the height of the box. The OVER element is used
-     when you want a line between numerator and denominator. This line
-     is suppressed with the alternative ATOP element. CHOOSE acts like
-     ATOP but adds enclosing round brackets as a convenience for binomial
-     coefficients. Note the use of { and } as shorthand for <BOX> and
-     </BOX> respectively:
-
-                           1 + X
-     {1 + X<OVER>Y}  is   _______
-                             Y
-
-                                 a + b
-     {a + b<ATOP>c - d} is  
-                                 c - d
-
-     The delimiters are represented using the LEFT and RIGHT
-     elements as in:
-
-     {[<LEFT>x + y<RIGHT>]}   is   [ x + y ]
-     {(<LEFT>a<RIGHT>]}       is   (a]
-     {||<LEFT>a<RIGHT>||}     is   || a ||
-
-     Use &lbrace; and &rbrace; for "{" and "}" respectively as
-     these symbols are used as shorthand for BOX, e.g.
-
-     {&lbrace;<LEFT>a+b<RIGHT>&rbrace;}  is  {a+b}
-
-     You can stretch definite integrals to match the integrand, e.g.
-
-     {&int;<SUB>a</SUB><SUP>b</SUP><LEFT>{f(x)<over>1+x} dx}
-
-            b
-            /  f(x)
-            | ----- dx
-            / 1 + x
-            a
-
-     Note the complex content model for BOX is a work around
-     for the absence of support for infix operators in SGML.
-
-     You can get oversize delimiters with the SIZE attribute,
-     for example <BOX SIZE=large>(<LEFT>...<RIGHT>)</BOX>
-
-     Note that the names of common functions are recognized
-     by the parser without the need to use "&" and ";" around
-     them, e.g. int, sum, sin, cos, tan, ...
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT BOX - - ((%formula)*, (LEFT, (%formula)*)?,
-                   ((OVER|ATOP|CHOOSE), (%formula)*)?,
-                   (RIGHT, (%formula)*)?)>
-<!ATTLIST BOX
-        size  (normal|medium|large|huge) normal -- oversize delims -->
-
-<!ELEMENT (OVER|ATOP|CHOOSE|LEFT|RIGHT) - O EMPTY>
-
-<!-- Horizontal line drawn ABOVE contents
-     The symbol attribute allows authors to supply
-     an entity name for an accent, arrow symbol etc.
-     Generalisation of LaTeX's overline command.
-     
-     e.g. <above sym=ssmile>x</above>
-     places an upwardly turning curve above the "x"
- -->
-
-<!ELEMENT ABOVE - - (%formula)+>
-<!ATTLIST ABOVE sym ENTITY #IMPLIED>
-
-<!-- Horizontal line drawn BELOW contents
-     The symbol attribute allows authors to 
-     supply an entity name for an arrow symbol etc.
-     Generalisation of LaTeX's underline command.
- -->
-
-<!ELEMENT BELOW - - (%formula)+>
-<!ATTLIST BELOW sym ENTITY #IMPLIED>
-
-<!-- Convenience tags for common accents:
-     vec, bar, dot, ddot, hat and tilde
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT (%mathvec) - - (%formula)+>
-
-<!--
-  T and BT are used to designate terms which should
-  be rendered in an upright font (& bold face for BT)
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT (T|BT) - - (%formula)+>
-<!ATTLIST (T|BT) class NAMES #IMPLIED>
-
-<!-- Roots  e.g. <ROOT>3<OF>1+x</ROOT> -->
-
-<!ELEMENT ROOT - - ((%formula)+, OF, (%formula)+)>
-<!ELEMENT OF - O (%formula)* -- what the root applies to -->
-
-<!ELEMENT SQRT - - (%formula)* -- square root convenience tag -->
-
-<!-- LaTeX like arrays. The COLDEF attribute specifies
-     a single capital letter for each column determining
-     how the column should be aligned, e.g. coldef="CCC"
-
-        "L"     left
-        "C"     center
-        "R"     right
-        
-     An optional separator letter can occur between columns
-     and should be one of + - or =, e.g. "C+C+C+C=C".
-     Whitespace within coldef is ignored. By default, the
-     columns are all centered.
-     
-     The ALIGN attribute alters the vertical position of the
-     array as compared with preceding and following expressions.
-
-     Use LDELIM and RDELIM attributes for delimiter entities.
-     When the LABELS attribute is present, the array is
-     displayed with the first row and the first column as
-     labels displaced from the other elements. In this case,
-     the first element of the first row should normally be
-     left blank.
-
-     Use &vdots; &cdots; and &ddots; for vertical, horizontal
-     and diagonal ellipsis dots. Use &dotfill; to fill an array
-     cell with horizontal dots (e.g. for a full row).
-     Note &ldots; places the dots on the baseline, while &cdots;
-     places them higher up.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT ARRAY - - (ROW)+>
-<!ATTLIST ARRAY
-        align (top|middle|bottom) middle -- vertical alignment --
-        coldef  CDATA   #IMPLIED  -- column alignment and separator --
-        ldelim  CDATA   #IMPLIED  -- stretchy left delimiter --
-        rdelim  CDATA   #IMPLIED  -- stretchy right delimiter --
-        labels (labels) #IMPLIED  -- TeX's \bordermatrix style -->
-
-<!ELEMENT ROW - O (ITEM)*>
-<!ELEMENT ITEM - O (%formula)*>
-<!ATTLIST ITEM
-        align   CDATA  #IMPLIED  -- override coldef alignment --
-        colspan NUMBER 1         -- merge columns as per TABLE --
-        rowspan NUMBER 1         -- merge rows as per TABLE -->
-
-<!--================ Document Head ========================================-->
-
-<![ %HTML.Deprecated [
-    <!ENTITY % head.content "TITLE & ISINDEX? & BASE? & STYLE?
-                              & META* & LINK* & RANGE* & NEXTID?">
-]]>
-
-<!ENTITY % head.nextid "">
-
-<!ENTITY % head.content "TITLE & ISINDEX? & BASE? & STYLE?
-                              & META* & LINK* & RANGE*">
-
-<!ELEMENT HEAD O O  (%head.content)>
-
-<!ELEMENT LINK - O EMPTY>
-<!ATTLIST LINK
-        href %URI #REQUIRED
-        %linkExtraAttributes; >
-        
-<!ELEMENT RANGE - O EMPTY>
-<!ATTLIST RANGE
-        id    ID    #IMPLIED  -- for naming marked range --
-        class NAMES #IMPLIED  -- for subclassing --
-        from  IDREF #REQUIRED -- start of marked range --
-        until IDREF #REQUIRED -- end of marked range --
-        >
-
-<!ELEMENT ISINDEX - O EMPTY>
-<!ATTLIST ISINDEX
-        href   %URI  #IMPLIED -- server handling queries --
-        prompt CDATA #IMPLIED -- prompt message -->
-
-<!--
-    The BASE element gives the base URL for
-    dereferencing relative URLs, e.g.
-
-         <BASE href="http://foo.com/images">
-         ...
-         <IMG SRC="bar.gif">
-
-    The image is deferenced to
-
-         http://foo.com/images/bar.gif
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT BASE - O EMPTY>
-<!ATTLIST BASE
-        id   ID    #IMPLIED
-        href %URI; #REQUIRED
-        >
-
-<![ %HTML.Deprecated [
-    <!ELEMENT NEXTID - O EMPTY>
-    <!ATTLIST NEXTID N CDATA #REQUIRED>
-]]>
-
-<!ELEMENT META - O EMPTY    -- Generic Metainformation -->
-<!ATTLIST META
-        http-equiv  NAME    #IMPLIED  -- HTTP response header name  --
-        name        NAME    #IMPLIED  -- metainformation name       --
-        content     CDATA   #REQUIRED -- associated information     --
-        >
-
-<!--
-    A style sheet can be associated with the document using the
-    LINK element, e.g. <LINK rel=style href="housestyle.dsssl">.
-    Style overrides can be placed in the document head using the
-    STYLE element, e.g.
-
-        <style notation=dsssl-lite>
-           dsss-lite stuff
-        </style>
-
-    Later on in the document you can use:
-
-        <h2 class=bigcaps>Header with bigger than normal capitals</h2>
-        <p class=abstract>A paragraph with a unique style of its own
-        ...
-    
-    Statements in the given style notation 
-        
-    The tag names, class and id attributes are used in the style sheet
-    notation to describe how to render matching elements.
--->
-
-<!ENTITY % style-notations "dsssl-lite | w3c-style">
-<!NOTATION dsssl-lite PUBLIC
-      "ISO/IEC 10179:1995//NOTATION DSSSL Style Language//EN">
-      
-<!NOTATION w3c-style PUBLIC "IETF/RFC nnn/W3C Style Language//EN">
-
-<!ELEMENT STYLE - O (#PCDATA)>
-<!ATTLIST STYLE
-    notation NOTATION (%style-notations;) #REQUIRED
->
-
-<!--================ Document Structure ===================================-->
-
-<!ENTITY % html.content "HEAD, BODY">
-
-<!ELEMENT HTML O O  (%html.content)>
-<!ENTITY % version.attr 'VERSION CDATA #FIXED "&HTML.Version;"'>
-
-<!-- suggested roles are: TOC, DOC, DOCPART, HITLIST, DIALOG -->
-
-<!ATTLIST HTML
-        %version.attr;       -- report DTD version to application --
-        urn   CDATA #IMPLIED -- universal resource name for this document --
-        class NAMES #IMPLIED -- role of this document, eg table of contents --
-        >
-
-<!-- The END -->

etc/sgml/html-plus+.dtd

-<!DOCTYPE HTMLPLUS [
-
-<!-- DTD for HTML+ It assumes the default <!SGML> declaration.
-
- Markup minimisation should be avoided with the exception of </>
- for the endtag. Browsers should be forgiving of markup errors.
-
- Common Attributes:
-
-    id      The id attribute allows authors to name elements such as 
-            headers and paragraphs as potential destinations for links. 
-            Note links don't specify points, but rather extended objects.
-
-    index   Allows authors to specify how given headers etc should be 
-            indexed as primary or secondary keys, where "/" separates
-            primary from secondary keys ";" separates multiple entries
--->
-
-<!-- ENTITY DECLARATIONS with <!ENTITY>
-
-  <!ENTITY % foo "X | Y | Z"> is a macro definition for parameters and
-  in subsequent statements, the string "%foo;" is expanded to "X | Y | Z"
-
-  Various classes of SGML text types:
-
-    #CDATA      text which doesn't include markup or entity references
-
-    #RCDATA     text with entity references but no markup
-
-    #PCDATA     text occurring in a context in which markup and entity
-                references may occur.
--->
-
-<!ENTITY % URL "CDATA" -- a URL or URN designating a hypertext node -->
-<!ENTITY % text "#PCDATA|A|IMG|EM|EMBED|INPUT|SP|BR|ADDRESS|CHANGED">
-<!ENTITY % paras "P|PRE|FIG|HR">
-<!ENTITY % lists "UL|OL|DL">
-<!ENTITY % misc "TBL|FORM|PANEL|GROUP">
-<!ENTITY % heading "H1|H2|H3|H4|H5|H6"> 
-<!ENTITY % table "%text;|P|%heading;|%lists;">
-<!ENTITY % main "%heading;|%misc;|%lists;|%paras;|%text;">
-<!ENTITY % setup "(TITLE? & HTML? &ISINDEX? & NEXTID? & LINK* & BASE?)">
-
-<!--
-   <!ELEMENT tagname - - CONTENT> elements needing closing tags
-   <!ELEMENT tagname - O CONTENT> elements without closing tags
-   <!ELEMENT tagname - O EMPTY> elements without content or closing tags
-
- The content definition is:
-    a)  an entity reference as defined above
-    b)  a tagname
-    c)  (brackets enclosing the above)
-
- These may be combined with the operators:
-
-    A*   A occurs zero or more times
-    A+   A occurs one or more times
-   A�B   implies either A or B
-    A?   A may occur zero or one times
-   A,B   implies first A then B
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT HTMLPLUS O O ((HEAD, BODY) | ((%setup;), (%main;)*))>
-
-<!ELEMENT HEAD - - (%setup;)>
-
-<!ELEMENT BODY - - (%main;)*>
-
-<!-- Document title -->
-
-<!ELEMENT TITLE - - (#PCDATA | EM)+>
-<!ATTLIST TITLE
-        id      ID      #IMPLIED -- link destination --
-        index   CDATA   #IMPLIED -- entries for index compilation -->
-
-<!-- Document/Node role for cataloging documents held by servers -->
-
-<!ELEMENT HTML - O (EMPTY)>
-
-<!ATTLIST HTML role CDATA #IMPLIED -- home page, index, ... -->
-
-<!-- Floating panel which can be moved around relative to the normal text 
- flow. Often rendered with a different background and possibly framed. The 
- panel can be anchored to a named point in the document as specified by the 
- AT attribute. The panel may be placed at that point or after, but not 
- before.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT PANEL - - (TITLE?, (%main;)*)>
-
-<!ATTLIST PANEL
-        id      ID      #IMPLIED -- defines link destination --
-        at      IDREF   #IMPLIED -- anchor point --
-        index   CDATA   #IMPLIED -- entries for index compilation -->
-
-<!-- Document headers -->
-
-<!ELEMENT (%heading;) - - (#PCDATA | A | EM)+>
-
-<!ATTLIST (%heading;)
-        id      ID      #IMPLIED -- defines link destination --
-        index   CDATA   #IMPLIED -- entries for index compilation -->
-
-<!-- logical emphasis with optional style hints -->
-
-<!ELEMENT EM - - (%text;)*>
-
-<!ATTLIST EM
-    role    CDATA   #IMPLIED -- semantic category e.g. CITE --
-    b       (b)     #IMPLIED -- render in bold font --
-    i       (i)     #IMPLIED -- render in italic font --
-    u       (u)     #IMPLIED -- underline text --
-    tt      (tt)    #IMPLIED -- render in typewriter font --
-    tr      (tr)    #IMPLIED -- render in serif (Times Roman) font --
-    hv      (hv)    #IMPLIED -- render in sans serif (Helvetica) font --
-    sup     (sup)   #IMPLIED -- superscript --
-    sub     (sub)   #IMPLIED -- subscript --
-    index   CDATA   #IMPLIED -- entries for index compilation -->
-
-<!-- Paragraphs with different roles and optional style hints -->
-
-<!ELEMENT P - O (%text;)+>
-
-<!ATTLIST P
-    id      ID        #IMPLIED -- link destination --
-    role    CDATA     #IMPLIED -- semantic role --
-    align   CDATA     #IMPLIED -- left, center or right --
-    indent  (indent)  #IMPLIED -- indented margins --
-    index   CDATA     #IMPLIED -- entries for index compilation -->
-
-<!ELEMENT HR - O EMPTY -- horizontal rule -->
-
-<!ELEMENT BR - O EMPTY -- line break -->
-
-<!ELEMENT SP - O EMPTY -- unbreakable space -->
-
-<!-- Preformatted text with fixed pitch font, respecting original spacing 
- and newlines. Authors can also request proportional fonts. Further control 
- is possible with EM.
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT ADDRESS - - (%text;|P)+>
-
-<!ELEMENT PRE - - (%text;)+>
-
-<!ATTLIST PRE
-    id      ID      #IMPLIED -- link destination --
-    style   CDATA   #IMPLIED -- various styles --
-    tr      (tr)    #IMPLIED -- serif (Times Roman) font --
-    hv      (hv)    #IMPLIED -- sans serif (Helvetica) font --
-    width   NUMBER  #IMPLIED -- e.g. 40, 80, 132 --
-    index   CDATA   #IMPLIED -- entries for index compilation -->
-
-<!-- Lists which can be nested -->
-
-<!ELEMENT OL - - (LI | UL | OL)+ -- ordered list -->
-
-<!ATTLIST OL
-    id      ID          #IMPLIED
-    compact (compact)   #IMPLIED
-    index   CDATA       #IMPLIED -- entries for index compilation -->
-
-<!ELEMENT UL - - (LI | UL | OL)+ -- unordered list -->
-
-<!ATTLIST UL
-    id      ID          #IMPLIED -- link destination --
-    compact (compact)   #IMPLIED -- reduced interitem spacing --
-    narrow  (narrow)    #IMPLIED -- narrow perhaps multi columns --
-    index   CDATA       #IMPLIED -- entries for index compilation -->
-
-<!-- List items for UL and OL lists -->
-
-<!ELEMENT LI - O (P|%text;)+>
-
-<!ATTLIST LI
-    id      ID      #IMPLIED
-    src     %URL;   #IMPLIED -- icon for use in place of bullet --
-    index   CDATA   #IMPLIED -- entries for index compilation -->
-
-<!-- Definition Lists (terms + definitions) -->
-
-<!ELEMENT DL - - (DT,DD)+ -- DT and DD *MUST* be paired -- >
-
-<!ATTLIST DL
-    id      ID          #IMPLIED
-    compact (compact)   #IMPLIED
-    index   CDATA       #IMPLIED -- entries for index compilation -->
-
-<!ELEMENT DT - O (%text;)+ -- term text -- >
-
-<!ELEMENT DD - O (P|QUOTE|UL|OL|%text;)+ -- definition text -- >
-
-<!ATTLIST (DT|DD)
-    id      ID      #IMPLIED
-    index   CDATA   #IMPLIED -- entries for index compilation -->
-
-<!-- Tables with titles and column headers, e.g.
-
-    <tbl border>
-        <tt> An Example of a Table
-        <th> <th s="2"> average <th> other <tr>
-        <th> <th> height <th> weight <th> category <tr>
-        <td> males <td> 1.9 <td> .003 <td> yyy <tr>
-        <td> females <td> 1.7 <td> .002 <td> xxx
-    </tbl>
--->
-
-<!ELEMENT TBL - - (TT?, (TH|TD|TR|TB)*) -- mixed headers and data -->
-
-<!ATTLIST TBL
-    id      ID          #IMPLIED
-    compact (compact)   #IMPLIED -- if present use compact style --
-    border  (border)    #IMPLIED -- if present draw borders --
-    index   CDATA       #IMPLIED -- entries for index compilation -->
-
-<!ELEMENT TT - O (%text;)+ -- table title -->
-
-<!ATTLIST TT top (top) #IMPLIED -- place title above table -->
-
-<!ELEMENT TH - O (%table;)* -- a header cell -->
-
-<!ATTLIST TH
-    colspan NUMBER    1       -- columns spanned --
-    rowspan NUMBER    1       -- rows spanned --
-    align   CDATA   #IMPLIED  -- left, center or right -->
-
-<!ELEMENT TD - O (%table;)* -- a data cell -->
-
-<!ATTLIST TD
-    colspan NUMBER    1       -- columns spanned --
-    rowspan NUMBER    1       -- rows spanned --
-    align   CDATA   #IMPLIED  -- left, center or right -->
-
-<!ELEMENT TR - O EMPTY -- row *separator* not terminator -->
-
-<!ELEMENT TB - O EMPTY -- vertical break of 1/2 line spacing -->
-
-<!-- Forms composed from input fields and selection menus
-
- These elements define fields which users can type into or select with mouse 
- clicks. The browser should manage the input focus e.g. with the tab/shift 
- tab keys and mouse clicks.
-
- The enter/return key is then taken to mean the use has filled in the form 
- and wants the apppropriate action taken:
-
-   -  send as query/update to WWW server
-   -  email/fax to designated person