F1 Self-Evaluation Project Explanations/pages 151-160

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The only paragraph break is at the bottom of the page, and since it is a paragraph break, that's a perfectly good place for the [Illustration] tag. Precede it with a blank line for separation. Since there's no caption, the button does not generate a colon or trailing space.


There's a paragraph break at the very top of the page, so we move the [Illustration] tag to it, and follow it with a blank line for separation. Since there's no caption, the button does not generate a colon or trailing space.


There are no paragraph breaks on this page, so we move the [Illustration] tag to the very top, precede it with an asterisk so the Post-Processor will know it must be moved to a break on a nearby page, and follow it with a blank line to separate it from the regular text. Since there's no caption, there should be no generated colon or trailing space.

When lines of text are narrow, as they are next to the illustration on this page, human typesetters (unlike word processing programs) sometimes left/right-justified them by adding padding between the letters as well as between the words. Such text should not be tagged as <g>gesperrt</g>.


"Her--her" is a phrase in italics and should be enclosed in one set of tags; in this case, the em-dash is part of the italicized phrase.

"Mary!" is a complete sentence (actually an exclamation), entirely in italics, so the exclamation mark goes INSIDE the tags.


Since the exclamation mark in the phrase "I came back!" is upright, you can avoid the question of whether, in this special case, it belongs with the word "back." Just follow the Guidelines, match the scan, and leave the "!" OUTSIDE the tags.

Two words are italicized in the footnote. Finding in-line formatting in small print is harder than in regular size, so more care is needed.

The Verse in the footnote is treated like verse any place else: just enclose it in no-wraps.

No-wrap and block quote tags must be on lines of their own; nothing except a [**note] may be next to them; so make sure the closing right bracket of the footnote is on the line following the closing no-wrap tag.


Regarding the two lines of verse near the top of the page, please see the comments for page 157, below.

The footnote contains an in-line list, so tag each item separately, because the commas are separators and belong outside those tags.

The footnote will continue on the next page, and so will it's last word, so make sure BOTH of them have a continuation asterisk.


Enclose the Verse in no-wraps and rejoin the one overflow line ("no wall") into one line; otherwise, it might be treated as being a separate line.

The P* rounds should have kept the leading quotation marks on each line of Verse; if not, it's our job to restore them while formatting.

Remember that prose is done differently: if every line of prose begins with a quotation mark (as seen on page 156, above), we remove all of the leading quotation marks except for the first one of each paragraph.


The first two small-caps sentences / phrases are in mixed small-caps. Tag them and make sure the capitalization matches the scanned image. The third small-caps phrase is in all-caps small-caps. Tag it and make sure it's entirely in upper-case. We do not allow all lower-case small-caps.


Most of the page is in a smaller font than the first two lines, so enclose the smaller text in Block Quotes.

About 3/4 of the way down the page, "W. Ramsay" is in italics. It's hard to be sure about the "W" because there's a little skew in the scan, but names usually are units of information, and if you happen to see some other pages in the same book where first names, not initials, are used, they will be in italics and will confirm this.


The first two lines on the page are in a smaller font than the rest of the page. Those two lines should be enclosed in Block Quote tags.

"Freedom" is a Section heading in mixed small-caps. Tag it and precede it with two blank lines.

Later on, "Freedom" occurs in the text in mixed-case small-caps, and "TRUTH" occurs in all-caps small-caps. Tag both, and make sure "Freedom" is in mixed-case, while "TRUTH" is in all-caps. We don't use all lower-case small-caps.