style-conflict

Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) Version 1.3 Part 2: Technical Content Edition

version
1.3
author
OASIS DITA Technical Committee

The style-conflict element declares behavior to be used when one or more flagging methods collide on a single content element.

In case of conflicts between flagging methods at different levels (for example, a section is flagged green and a paragraph within the section is flagged red), the most deeply nested flagging method applies.

In case of conflicts between flagging methods on the same element (for example, a single element is being flagged with both green and red color), it is recommended that the conflicts be resolved as follows:
Flagging method
Conflict behavior
startflag / endflag
Add all flags that apply.
color
Follow the style-conflict foreground-conflict-color setting, or use an output-appropriate default color if no conflict color is set.
backcolor
Follow the style-conflict background-conflict-color setting, or use an output-appropriate default color if no conflict color is set.
style
Add all font styles that apply. If two different kinds of underline are used, default to the heaviest (double underline) and use the foreground-conflict-color.
changebar
Add all change bars that apply.

Contains

(empty)

Contained by

val

Example

See the example in the <val> description.

Attributes

The following attributes are available on this element:
foreground-conflict-color
The color to be used when more than one flagging color applies to a single content element.
background-conflict-color
The color to be used when more than one flagging background color applies to a single content element.