<char> @style Types


Note

@style types for <char> elements occurring within <note>

An additional list of <char> @style types are defined for use in the context of footnotes and cross references. These are described in this document together with the definitions for the <note> elements used for footnotes and cross references.

Special Text


@style:

ior

Use:

Introduction outline reference range.
An introduction outline entry typically ends with a range of references, sometimes within parentheses. This is an optional char style for marking these references separately.

Valid In:

Book Introduction

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@style:iqt
Use:Introduction quoted text.
Scripture quotations, or other quoted text, appearing in the Book Introduction.
Valid In:Book Introduction

@style:

add

Use:

Translator’s addition.
Words added by the translator for clarity – text which is not literally a part of the original language, but which was supplied to make the meaning of the original clear.

Valid In:

Any valid <char>

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@style:

bk

Use:

Quoted book title.

Valid In:

Any valid <char>

_images/usx-char-style_bk.jpg

@style:dc
Use:Deuterocanonical/LXX additions or insertions in the Protocanonical text.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

@style:k
Use:Keyword / keyterm.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

@style:

nd

Use:

Name of God (name of deity).

Valid In:

Any valid <char>

_images/usx-char-style_nd.jpg

@style:ord
Use:Ordinal number ending (i.e. in 1st — 1<char style="ord">st</char>).
Valid In:Any valid <char>

@style:pn
Use:Proper name.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

@style:

qac

Use:

Used to indicate the acrostic letter within a poetic line.

Valid In:

Any valid <char>

_images/usx-char-style_qac.jpg

@style:

qs

Use:

Used for the expression “Selah” commonly found in Psalms and Habakkuk.
This text is frequently right aligned, and rendered on the same line as the previous poetic text, if space allows.

Valid In:

Any valid <char>

_images/usx-char-style_qs.jpg

@style:

qt

Use:

Quoted text.
Old Testament quotations in the New Testament, or other quotations.

Valid In:

Any valid <char>

_images/usx-char-style_qt.jpg

@style:

rq

Use:

Inline quotation reference(s).
A reference indicating the source text for the preceding quotation (usually an Old Testament quote).
The reference(s) are intended to be formatted within the scripture body text column, and not extracted from the text as are regular cross-references. They are also typically separated from the main text of Scripture using a different type style and alignment.

Valid In:

Any valid <char>

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@style:

sig

Use:

Signature of the author of an epistle.

Valid In:

Any valid <char>

_images/usx-char-style_sig.jpg

@style:

sls

Use:

Passage of text based on a secondary language or alternate text source.
For example: The Nouvelle Bible Segond 2002 (NBS02) has large sections of text in EZR and DAN in italics, to represent where the original text is in Aramaic, not Hebrew.

Valid In:

Any valid <char>

_images/usx-char-style_sls.jpg

@style:

tl

Use:

Transliterated (or foreign) word(s).

Valid In:

Any valid <char>

_images/usx-char-style_tl.jpg

@style:wj
Use:Words of Jesus.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

Character Styling


@style:bd
Use:Bold text.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

@style:bdit
Use:Bold + Italic text.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

@style:em
Use:Emphasis text.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

@style:it
Use:Italic text.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

@style:no
Use:Normal text.
May be used when a containing paragraph element may be set in an alternate font style (e.g. italic), and a selection of text should instead be displayed in normal style.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

@style:sc
Use:Small-cap text.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

Special Features

  • pro
  • w
  • wg
  • wh

@style:pro
Use:Pronunciation information
Used for CJK texts.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

@style:w
Use:Wordlist/glossary/dictionary entry.
Surround word(s) with this char style to indicate that it appears (or should appear) in a published word list/glossary.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

@style:wg
Use:Greek word list entry.
Valid In:Any valid <char>

@style:wh
Use:Hebrew word list entry.
Valid In:Any valid <char>