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The s.li.simple annotation is used to tag a span within a paragraph as a simple list item. A simple list is any list that does not use a list marker, such as numbers or bullets.

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The following is an example of a time where you might want to use the s.li.simple annotation:

In this example, “hot air balloons”, “gliders”, “blimps”, and “airplanes and helicopters” are simple list items.

The following is an example of a rule that will apply s.li.simple:

The following is the DITA XML output for the rule:


<p>In aviation, right of way laws are determined based on an aircraft’s mobility options. Less maneuverable aircraft get priority over more maneuverable ones. The priority is
<sli>hot air balloons</sli>
</sl>, <sl>
</sl>, <sl>
</sl>, and <sl>
<sli>airplanes and helicopters</sli>
</sl>. This priority reduces the chance of traffic conflicts by requiring that certain aircraft make way for those with less capacity to avoid collisions.</p>
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