F1 Self-Evaluation Project Explanations/pages 011-020

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Greek (on the first line) never is italicized, even though it often looks that way in the original books.

Italicized in-line lists occur on the second and third lines, so each component of each list should be tagged separately.


The page is formatted in accordance with the Guideline rules for Indexes: dp:faq/document.php#bk_index.

There are no sub-entries on this page, with the possible exception of "See Index Second." near the bottom.

In an Index (or Bibliography), the long em-dash at the beginning of some lines indicates a repetition of the root of the preceding entry. It begins a new entry, not a sub-entry, so it is left-justified and preceded by a blank line.

There are quite a few words in italics, and some, although adjacent, should be tagged separately because they are italicized for different reasons. For example, in "Soprani. ib." 'Soprani' is an author, while 'ib.' is a Latin abbreviation.

The last entry includes "See Index Second." Since the entry also contains a page number reference, some people consider "See...." as a sub-entry and will move it to a separate line, indented by two spaces.


Simple footnote: replace the symbols (only an asterisk here) with sequential letters (only an "A" here) in both the anchors [*] -> [A] and the corresponding reference at the bottom, then select the entire footnote reference, including that letter, and use the [Footnote] button to tag it. Make sure the letter follows "Footnote ", precedes the colon-space, and that the button does not leave a "#" where the letter belongs.

The catchword ("Dawson," on this page) should have been deleted in the Proofreading rounds; it is not part of the footnote or the text.


The smaller text needs to be tagged. Each line begins with a capital letter and the right-margin is ragged, so this text is a form of Verse and should be enclosed in no-wraps.

Since it's Verse, the overflow line "deem'd." should be rejoined with the line above it; if this was not done in the Proofing rounds, it should be done by the Formatters.

The catchword should have been deleted (see 013 above).


Similar to 014 above (it was the next page in the same book and because the verse continues there should be no blank line at the top of the page). The semi-colon following the italics belongs OUTSIDE the tags: it is a separator, and is not part of what was emphasized.


The period following "per cent" is part of the abbreviated word ("centum"), so it belongs INSIDE the tags.


The centered quotation in a smaller font needs to be tagged. The Formatter used no-wraps because it appears to be Verse, not prose.

Precede the new chapter with 4 blank lines and don't use a <tb> to indicate the horizontal line; it would be redundant.

The sub-title of the chapter is in upper-case, not in small-caps. Follow it with 2 blank lines, as it ends the heading.

The first word of the chapter was printed with a dropped cap and then small-caps; we just use normal mixed-case.


The letter is preceded and followed by extra white space (blank lines), so we enclose it in Block Quotes. The salutation is in small-caps, but the comma, which is a separator, goes OUTSIDE those tags.

The three signature lines are not wrappable, so they are enclosed in no-wraps. The name is in small caps, but the surrounding quotation marks are not, and neither is the period, since the name is neither a complete sentence nor an abbreviation. Also, note that closure lines in correspondence aren't indented even if they are in the original book.


Indicate a blank page with the [Blank Page] tag, and put it on the first (and only) line. Add the tag if the Proofers did not.


Same as 019.