Attribute domain tokens allow you to recognize attributes that can be used for filtering or flagging
For better or worse, DITA today says that only a specific set of attributes must be
available for filtering or flagging. This token from DITA 1.1 helps identify attributes specialized
@props, which are among the few that allow filtering.
As with attribute specialization in
@domains token is the only guaranteed way that I can identify whether
@intheneck is a filterable attribute specialized from
I see three plausible ones, though there are probably others.
- Use subject schemes, which can already declare that
@intheneckis based on
- Tweak how DITAVAL is defined so that your DITAVAL properties declare any such association.
- Remove the rule that says you can only filter based on a few attributes. Maybe instead of "only
filter off of this list plus
@propsspecializations", the specification can say: "filter off of any attribute you want, except maybe these 4 that we know to be a bad idea".