# F1 Self-Evaluation Project Explanations/pages 261-270

## 261

Tag the italics and small-caps; on this page, all of the punctuation goes OUTSIDE the tags, as none involve abbreviations or complete sentences.

The footnotes are numeric, so just make sure their numbers match the anchors in the text.

## 262

The footnote will continue on the next page (of the original project), so follow the closing bracket of its tag with an asterisk to signal the continuation.

## 263

This happens to be the next page from the same project as example 262. The first footnote is a continuation of the one begun on the previous page (of the original project), so precede its opening bracket with an asterisk to signal the continuation. There is no number (or letter) in the continuation of a footnote. The result should look like the example.

The second footnote (Footnote 1:) begins on this page, so it has a normal footnote tag; but it will continue on the next page (of the original project), so follow the closing bracket of its tag with an asterisk to signal the continuation.

Since the superscript in 1^er is more than one character long it needs curly braces: 1^{er}.

## 264

Similar to page 263, above, but the second footnote is complete on one page.

## 265

Like page 264, above.

## 266

Two simple footnotes. The first one is entirely in italics and is a complete sentence, so the period goes INSIDE the italics tags. Our tag word, "Footnote:" is not part of the content of the footnote; it's just how we arrange things so that the anchor in the text connects to the information in the reference; so we do not have a sentence that begins with the word "Footnote" followed by a colon. The tag "Footnote:" will not appear in the final eBook, but the number (or letter) will, just as it did in the original book.

## 267

Metrical Drama. Each line begins with a capital letter and characters' names are present (they happen to be in italics on this page). Since there are no out-of-line Stage Directions, just enclose the entire page in no-wraps and treat each character's dialog as a new paragraph, preceding it with one blank line, and no indent. (When formatting, we don't indent new paragraphs.)

The characters' names are in italics and are abbreviated, so the periods go INSIDE the tags; so does the editor's correction '[e]', including the brackets. (In Plain Text, it will appear as: _Ord[e]l._ If we excluded the brackets from the tags, we'd see the completely unreadable: _Ord_[_e_]_l._)

## 268

Metrical Drama, similar to page 267, above. There is a Stage Direction on this page, but it's on the same line as dialog, so just precede it with at least six spaces to signal the need for right-justification.

## 269

Metrical Drama, similar to, but not the same as, page 268, above. This one has an in-line Stage Direction (precede it with six spaces) but also has two out-of-line Stage Directions. Those are wrappable, so close the no-wraps before them and open a new pair of no-wraps after them. They should remain left-justified.

## 270

Metrical Drama. This page begins with an out-of-line Stage Direction, which is wrappable. The rest of the page is dialog, so enclose all of the dialog in one pair of no-wraps. See the explanation for page 267, above, for the formatting of the characters' names.