Welcome to TEIDisplay Demo. This site was created by graduate students Zane Schwarzlose and Carin Yavorcik under the direction of Tanya Clement at the University of Texas at Austin School of Information to demonstrate and test an update for the TEIDisplay Omeka plugin developed by the University of Virginia Scholars' Lab.
To get started, check out our demo exhibit hilighting different features of the plugin, or browse the items or collections individually. To view the original XML files, right-click on the link under "Files" in the item's metadata and save the link to your computer. Visit the documentation page for a detailed guide on how the plugin works, as well as example templates.
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Encoded as a correspondence sample for the Omeka TEIDisplay plugin
The DTD is constructed from the TEI P5 base with tagsets for manuscript description and linking. Line breaks have not been preserved in prose…
In this exhibit, we've assembled a number of different examples of documents rendered through TeiDisplay.