At LC we have specific guidelines for the use of extptr in the EAD
2002 XML finding aids.
All extptr/@href are an entity found in the doctype. This means that
it is necessary to use the unparsed-entity-uri() function to capture
the http link or handle string.
Concerning the extptr for the seal that should appear on the title
page of the HTML/PDF document, the following template appears in the
stylesheet from the conversion toolkit (EAD_2002_HTML_conv-1.xsl):
<!-- lc seal -->
This stylesheet is available from the conversion toolkit site.
XSLT Engine: SAXON 6
XSLT Version: 1.0
Library of Congress
EAD 1.0 to 2002 Conversion Toolkit
LoC Best Practices EAD 2002
http://www.loc.gov/ead/practices/lcp2002.html (see: External Linking)
--- Stephanie Ashley <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Would anyone be willing to share their xml encoding for an
> image on a finding aid" title page" (using <extptr> rather than
> <dao>) and
> the corresponding part of their xsl stylesheet? We're using a
> adapted from the Cookbook but my xsl skills are very rudimentary
> and I
> didn't do the original adaptation, so tend to be able to make
> modifications only when I have examples to work with.
> Stephanie Ashley
> Archives of American Art
> Smithsonian Institution
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