provo html tweaks
authorTim L <>
Tue, 17 Jul 2012 11:42:35 -0400
changeset 4096 c6640f73aeb8
parent 4095 6186bdf3b5cb
child 4097 48db47fa4ffe
provo html tweaks
--- a/ontology/prov-o-html-sections/	Tue Jul 17 11:41:45 2012 -0400
+++ b/ontology/prov-o-html-sections/	Tue Jul 17 11:42:35 2012 -0400
@@ -103,12 +103,11 @@
             and a consuming application should be prepared to recognize either form.
             Because the qualification form is more verbose, the unqualified form should be favored in cases where additional properties are not provided.
             When the qualified form is expressed, including the equivalent unqualified form will facilitate PROV-O consumption.
-            <-- To simplify client queries, 
+        </p>
+            <!-- To simplify client queries, 
             any qualified relation SHOULD be accompanied by the equivalent unqualified statement. 
             Unqualified properties SHOULD NOT have the equivalent qualified form
             asserted unless it adds additional information. -->
-        </p>
       <p>In addition to the previous two tables, <a href="#qualified-terms-figure">Figure 4</a> 
          illustrates the classes and properties needed to apply the qualification pattern to the thirteen unqualified influence relations.