Mif2Go closes each element mapped from a FrameMaker paragraph format when a paragraph in that format ends. For example, even though a DITA list can be inside a <p> element, Mif2Go does not put it there; instead, the <sl> follows the <p>. Only elements that are marked as inline, including elements mapped from FrameMaker character formats, and inline images, are placed within a <p> element.
Lists are identified by the FrameMaker format mapped to the list element it populates, such as <li> or <sli>; see §14.4.3 , or by the parent of the mapped element; see §14.5.2 . Mif2Go provides the wrappers around the list items and around the whole list.
To minimize the need for markers in your FrameMaker document it is good practice to use distinct FrameMaker format names to identify different kinds of lists (List, Bulleted, Numbered, ParamTerm), body paragraphs (Body, Example), character formats (Strong, Emphasis), and so forth.