<page-range> Page Ranges (in a citation)

Text describing discontinuous pagination (for example, 8-11, 14-19, 40).


The discontinuous pages range “8-11, 14-19, 40” would be read as “a document begins on page 8, runs through 11, skips to pages 14 through 19, and concludes on page 40”.
The <page-range> element only supplements other page elements and DOES NOT replace <fpage> and <lpage>. The <fpage> element and the <lpage> element (where available) should always be tagged; infrastructures for linking references across publishers (such as that of Crossref) use first and last page information for a document as part of their identification process.

Base Attributes

Models and Context
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Text, numbers, or special characters
Content Model
<!ELEMENT  page-range   (#PCDATA)                                    >
Tagged Sample

Extent of a cited journal article

  ><person-group person-group-type="author"
  <article-title>Designing information-abundant web sites: 
   issues and recommendations</article-title>.
  <source>Web Developers' Journal</source>
  <year iso-8601-date="1997">1997</year> <season>Summer</season>;
  <issue-title>World Wide Web Usability</issue-title>:
  <page-range>100&ndash;101, 105, 107&ndash;120</page-range>.