ClaM - A Classification Manager
ClaML - Structuring texts
The representation of classifications within ClaM is based on the CEN EN 14463:2007 (ClaML) standard. This is the basic standard for exchange with other software products. Behind the scenes, the ClaM software takes care of most of the structuring of the classification in that format.
There are a few constructs to structure texts within Rubrics.
Structuring at this level determines how texts are being rendered here on screen in ClaM, as well as in the printed classification. The advanced user is referred to the chapter on Working with Styles, and to study the default.css in the subdirectory \css under the ClaM directory.
We discuss here the following tags: