F1 Self-Evaluation Project Explanations/pages 391-400

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Tag the footnotes. The second one contains a wrappable list that's printed with hanging indents, so enclose that list in block quotes. The footnote's ending bracket must go on a line of its own, as nothing except a [**note] may be on the same line as a block tag.

Tag the Roman numerals that are in small-caps; they're like abbreviations, so their periods go INSIDE the tags. The Roman numeral at the beginning of the first footnote is part of an italicized title; it isn't in small-caps.


Several uses of italics on this page. Take extra care to find them in the footnote, as it's printed in a smaller font. Remember to tag the footnote; when there are lots of other things to format on a page, it's easy to forget to do everything.


Tag the footnote and the italics in it. The semi-colons are separators and go OUTSIDE those tags.


A chapter is a Major Division, so precede its heading with four blank lines, separate the components of the heading with one blank line, and separate the heading area from the text body with two blank lines.

Tag the footnote and the italics in it.


Tag the italics and the footnotes.


Enclose the verse in no-wraps, with a blank line above the opening tag and a blank line below the closing tag.

The footnotes used symbols, which the proofers replaced with asterisks. As formatters, we replace those asterisks with "A", "B" etc., making sure the letters in the anchors match the ones in the corresponding references.

Tag the footnotes after changing the asterisks to letters, because the [Footnote] button expects them to be that way and will arrange everything correctly for you. Left-justify the footnotes, even though they were centered for appearance when printed.


Just one italicized and boldfaced "I" on the page. Italicized single letters normally are hard to find, as they usually occur mid-line and are not also in boldface. This one sticks out like a sore thumb.


Just one italics phrase on this page.


Most of the page is in a smaller font than the final paragraph, and there's extra whitespace between them, so enclose the top part in block quotes.

The small-caps in the second paragraph is all upper-case, so tag it and make sure it is all upper-case.


Replace the rows of asterisks with thought breaks <tb>.

Enclose the Latin quotation in no-wraps. When you don't know whether a single line like this is verse or prose, just use no-wraps; it won't be an error if someone else changes it later on.