Domains in this section include those generally associated with technical content, such as the programming and software domains.
In this section:
- Task requirements domainThe task requirements domain contains elements for use in describing tasks that involve machines or other pieces of hardware.
- Programming elementsThe programming domain elements are used to define the syntax and to give examples of programming languages.
- Software elementsThe software domain elements are used to describe the operation of a software program.
- User interface elementsThe user interface domain elements are used to describe the user interface of a software program.
- xNAL domain elementsThe xNAL domain elements represent a subset of the Extensible Name and Address Standard. It is used to encode information about the author or authors of DITA information. The domain can be included in any DITA document type shell that requires additional metadata for names and addresses, although the implementations provided by OASIS only include it in the bookmap document type.
Parent topic: Technical content elements