Appendix G. Elements and Valid Properties

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This document lists all the properties available for the elements in the fo namespace (with exceptions being my error). Posted to clarify.

XSL-FO Elements and Their Properties

This table lists all elements and their associated properties, derived from section 6 of the Recommendation. Table G-1 lists all elements and their properties.

The common aural properties, which are noted in this table for many elements, include azimuth, cue-after, cue-before, elevation, pause-after, pause-before, pitch, pitch-range, play-during, richness, speak, speak-header, speak-numeral, speak-punctuation, speech-rate, stress, voice-family, and volume.

Table G-1. Properties

Element

Properties

Comments

fo:root

media-usage

 

fo:declarations

  

fo:color-profile

src, color-profile-name, rendering-intent

 

fo:page-sequence

country, format, language, letter-value, grouping-separator, grouping-size, id, initial-page-number, force-page-count, master-reference

 

fo:layout-master-set

  

fo:page-sequence-master

master-name

 

fo:single-page-master-reference

master-reference

 

fo:repeatable-page-master-reference

master-reference, maximum-repeats ...

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