F1 Self-Evaluation Project Explanations/pages 221-230
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A Table of Contents is a "Major Division," so precede it with four blank lines and place two blank lines between the heading and the body.
Enclose the entire body (everything except the heading "CONTENTS") in no-wraps.
Tag all of the small-caps.
Leave at least six spaces before the page numbers (and the word "PAGE" near the top), as a signal to right-justify that column of numbers.
Adding extra blank lines between the Group names is optional, but should make it easier for the post-processor to see where the breaks are.
Indenting the chapter names is optional and was not done here. Doing so probably will help the post-processor.
A List of Illustrations is a "Major Division," so precede it with four blank lines and place two blank lines between the heading and the body.
Enclose the entire body, including "PAGE", in no-wraps.
Tag all of the small-caps and the italics.
Leave at least six spaces before the page numbers (and the words "PAGE" and "Frontispiece" near the top), as a signal to right-justify that column of numbers and words.
Tag the [Illustration: ] and move it to the paragraph break.
Tag the italics (complete sentence, period goes INSIDE the tags) and the small-caps (not a complete sentence, period goes OUTSIDE the tags).
Both the "NOTICE" and the "GENERAL ORDER" are in a smaller font than the main text, so surround each one, including their headings, in block quotes.
The left margin of the sentence in italics is different from normal indentation, so enclose it in block quotes. This means there will be "nested" block quotes, since it's part of the "NOTICE" that's already been tagged.
There often will be situations requiring nested block quotes, and situations in which there are no-wraps within block quotes, such as the signature for the "NOTICE." However, block quotes never can be within no-wraps, because nothing within no-wraps will be re-wrapped.
The headings in block quotes and the signatures in no-wraps all should be left-justified; the tags will alert the Post-Processor that they may need special positioning.
See the explanation for 224, above.
Enclose the poetry in no-wraps and replicate the indentation using an even number of spaces. At least one line in no-wraps must be left-justified; in this case, half of them are.
The proofers were kind enough to convert this to a one-column list (it isn't a table), so just enclose the entire list in one set of no-wraps, tag the italics, and do not tag the all-caps day names; they're just upper-case, not small caps.
Leave everything left-justified; this isn't poetry.
Leaving two blank lines above each of the day names will make this easier to read.
A Title page is a "Major Division," so precede it with four blank lines. Enclose all of its text in one set of no-wraps, tag the italics and small-caps, keep all of the text left-justified, and leave blank lines where they seem to be appropriate. The post-processor almost certainly will change the spacing no matter what you do.
The line that looks boldface should not be tagged, since the entire line is done that way.
Enclose the quotation in no-wraps. It's often hard to tell whether a one-liner is from verse or prose, and when in doubt, just use no-wraps. Particularly if it's not a well-known phrase from prose, it won't be an error if someone else changes it later on.
Tag what needs in-line formatting; "Troy" is in easy-to-miss small caps.
The author's name, city and date are placed in no-wraps similar to the closing lines of correspondence. The comma and period both go OUTSIDE the inline tags because neither line is a complete sentence.
A Table of Contents is a "Major Division," so precede it with four blank lines. The illustration at the top of a page containing a Major Division requires some special handling: precede it with four blank lines also.
The "M." at the end of the illustration's caption is in small-caps; make sure it's in upper-case, as we do not use all lower-case small-caps at DP.
Follow the "TABLE OF CONTENTS." heading with two blank lines to separate it from the body of the text, and enclose the rests of the TOC in one set of no-wraps.
Tag the italics and the small-caps. Even though the "year" numbers are upright, include them in the italics tags; we assume the printer did not have italics numerals, and those dates obviously are intended to be part of the headings.
Leave at least six spaces before the page numbers (and the word "Page") so that they will be right-aligned during post-processing.
Adding extra blank lines before the various elements of the body of the contents is optional but probably will make it easier for the post-processor to see where the breaks are.