5.  Checking for Unconfigured Elements

Any elements appearing in the input document that are not named in the configuration file are formatted using the values of the *DEFAULT section. If the file contains no *DEFAULT section, xmlformat uses built-in default values.

If you want to see whether there are any elements in the document for which you haven't specified any formatting options, run xmlformat with the --show-unconfigured-elements option. For example:

% xmlformat --show-unconfigured-elements doc2.xml
The following document elements were assigned no formatting options:
title

As it happens, the title already formats in the desired fashion, so there's no necessity of adding anything more to the configuration file.