literallayout — A block of text in which line breaks and whitespace are to be reproduced faithfully
info? db.titleforbidden.info, ((text |
lineannotation | | | | | | | | | | |
| | | | | )* |
class (enumeration) = “monospaced” | “normal”
continuation (enumeration) = “continues” | “restarts”
linenumbering (enumeration) = “numbered” | “unnumbered”
xml:space (enumeration) = “preserve”
literallayout is a verbatim environment.
Unlike the other verbatim environments, it does not have strong semantic
overtones and may not imply a font change.
This element is displayed “verbatim”; whitespace and line breaks within this element are significant.
screen, which usually imply a font change,
literallayout does not. How spaces are to be
represented faithfully in a proportional font is not addressed by
In DocBook V3.1, the
class attribute was added to give users
control over the font used in
class attribute is specified ...