Headers (Anticipatory)

NOTE: This Layout code is only normally applicable in certain countries. It is NOT, for example, officially allowed by BANA.

(See also: Headers

Code Used: [svantN] [svrhpN] [tls] [tle]

Keystroke: (None at present)

What does it do?

It facilitates a change of Running Header and/or Reference (Print) Page Number (RPN) on the page in which a new Header and/or RPN occurs later in the document.

[svantN] is normally placed in the <a href="...">initial style </a> of a template where appropriate.

Where would it be used?

In the braille layout rules of some countries, a Running Header and/or RPN, may change "mid-page", so to speak, and is required to be changed on that same page. Without the use of the [svant...] Code with the previous Header, regardless of where the Header Code is placed, it will ONLY take effect on the NEXT page.

Usage in DBT:

[es~para.]Our text begins here and flows on to more pages where it continues for let us say half a page. However, note how the Header changes mid page.[ee~para.]
This is continued text from the first page with the Header "Page Numbering".[ee~para.]
[tls]Page Numbering
Print Page Indicators<ee~h2.>
[es~para.]Since we have introduced the [svant] code, you will see that the Header Code and text ("Page Numbering") which was placed in the middle of this page, has also appeared in the Header line above.[ee~para.]

This is text on the third page page.[ee~para.]

Produces in Braille:

          ,9troduc;n        #a

  ,\r text 2g9s "h & fl[s on
6m pages ": x 3t9ues = let u
say half a page4 ,h["e1 note
h[ ! ,h1d] *anges mid next

page page4

------------ Page Break ------------

#a      ,page ,numb]+       #b    

  ,? is 3t9u$ text f ! f/ page
b )! ,h1d] 8,page ,numb]+04


     ,pr9t ,page ,9dicators

  ,s9ce we h 9troduc$ !
,7svant7' code1 y w see t !
,h1d] ,code & text 78,page
,numb]+07 : 0 plac$ 9 ! mi4le
( ? page1 has al appe>$ 9 !
,h1d] l9e abv4

------------ Page Break ------------

a#a     ,page ,numb]+       #b

  ,? is text on ! ?ird brl
page page4