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kb:rich_text_bibliography [2013/01/15 11:51]
gracile Amend syntax for small-caps
kb:rich_text_bibliography [2020/01/14 18:56] (current)
dstillman
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   * <​nowiki><​sup></​nowiki>​ and <​nowiki></​sup></​nowiki>​ for <​sup>​superscript</​sup>​   * <​nowiki><​sup></​nowiki>​ and <​nowiki></​sup></​nowiki>​ for <​sup>​superscript</​sup>​
   * <​nowiki><​span style="​font-variant:​small-caps;"></​nowiki>​ and <​nowiki></​span></​nowiki>​ for <​html><​span style="​font-variant:​ small-caps;">​smallcaps</​span></​html>​   * <​nowiki><​span style="​font-variant:​small-caps;"></​nowiki>​ and <​nowiki></​span></​nowiki>​ for <​html><​span style="​font-variant:​ small-caps;">​smallcaps</​span></​html>​
 +  * <​nowiki><​span class="​nocase"></​nowiki>​ and <​nowiki></​span></​nowiki>​ to <​html><​span class="​nocase">​suppress capitalization rules (e.g., for foreign phrases within English titles)</​span></​html>​
  
 Zotero will automatically replace these tags by the specified formatting in bibliographic output. E.g. "<​nowiki><​i>​Pseudomonas aureofaciens</​i></​nowiki>​ nov. spec. and its pigments"​ will become "//​Pseudomonas aureofaciens//​ nov. spec. and its pigments"​. Zotero will automatically replace these tags by the specified formatting in bibliographic output. E.g. "<​nowiki><​i>​Pseudomonas aureofaciens</​i></​nowiki>​ nov. spec. and its pigments"​ will become "//​Pseudomonas aureofaciens//​ nov. spec. and its pigments"​.
  
 Note that if rich text formatting has to be applied indiscriminately to entire fields (e.g. a style guide may dictate that titles should be in italics), you can modify the relevant Citation Style Language (CSL) style (see the [[dev/​citation_styles|CSL documentation]] and the [[http://​citationstyles.org/​downloads/​specification.html#​formatting|CSL field formatting options]]). Note that if rich text formatting has to be applied indiscriminately to entire fields (e.g. a style guide may dictate that titles should be in italics), you can modify the relevant Citation Style Language (CSL) style (see the [[dev/​citation_styles|CSL documentation]] and the [[http://​citationstyles.org/​downloads/​specification.html#​formatting|CSL field formatting options]]).
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 +A future version of Zotero will allow visual rich-text editing without manually adding HTML tags.
  
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