Screen & Print
Published with the CTE
About the CTE
The Text Encoding Initiative format is used "to encode a wide variety of commonly encountered textual features, in such a way as to maximize the usability of electronic transcriptions and to facilitate their interchange among scholars using different computer systems" (Lou Burnard / C. M. Sperberg-McQueen).
Here are some examples of how XML/TEI files exported by the Classical Text Editor might be used. Please note that not all features may be supported by all browsers.
Here are some templates similar to those used in the above examples. Just put them in the folder to which you export the XML version of your CTE files. Modern browsers will then be able to display these directly; for publication however it is recommended to compile an HTML version (e.g., using the SAXON XSLT processor).
For rendering CTE-generated XML prior to version 10.00, you may also use this version of the templates.
For rendering CTE-generated XML prior to version 9.00, you may use this version of the templates.
For rendering CTE-generated XML prior to version 8.04, you may use this version of the templates.