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Core Tags

 

Part Opening Pages 

Code Meaning/Use
<PN>

part number; usually Part I, II, III, etc. or Part One, Two, Three, etc. (dictated by design)
<PT> part title
<PST> part subtitle
<PTX1> part opening TX1
<PTX2> part opening TX2

Chapter Opening Pages 

Code Meaning/Use
<CN>

chapter number; usually 1, 2, 3, etc. (no "Chapter"); casebooks Chapter One, Two, Three, etc. (dictated by design)/td>
<CT> chapter title
<CST> chapter subtitle
<TI> title
<AU> author
<ST> section title or subtitle; I., II., III., etc. (with <en>)
<OBH> chapter objective/learning outcome heading
<OBT>

chapter objective/learning outcome text
("In this chapter you will:" or "After reading this chapter you should be able to:")
<OBL> chapter objective/learning outcome list item; usually initial cap and period

Headings 

Code Meaning/Use
<H1> heading level 1
<H2> heading level 2
<H3> heading level 3
<H4> heading level 4
<H5> heading level 5
<H6> heading level 6
<HECS> chapter summary heading
<HE1>

end-of-chapter heading
Key Terms, Notes, References, Exercises, Review Questions, Discussion Questions
<HE2>

end-of-chapter heading, second level
Multiple-Choice Questions, True/False Questions

Text 

Code Meaning/Use
<TX1> text, no first indent
<TX2> text, first indent
<TXR> text set right

Block Quotations (BQs) 

All lists and block quotations require a <SPACE> tag above and below them:
<SPACE>
<BQ2>265(3)<en>For the purposes of this section...
<SPACE>

NOTE: In statutes, the space following the provision number or letter is an en space (<en>).

Code Meaning/Use
<BQ1> BQ, no first indent;
in statutes, applied to definitions and to continuations of sections and subsections (e.g. 1., 2., 3., etc; (1), (2), (3), etc) and to headings of sections. Use bold for headings.
<BQ2> BQ, first indent;
in statutes, applied to sections and subsections (e.g. 1., 2., 3., etc; (1), (2), (3), etc)
<BQ3> BQ within BQ, no first indent;
in statutes, applied to continuations of paragraphs (e.g. (a), (b), (c), etc)
<BQ4> BQ within BQ, first indent;
in statutes, applied to paragraphs (e.g. (a), (b), (c), etc)
<BQ5> BQ within BQ within BQ, no first indent;
in statutes, applied to continuations of subparagraphs (e.g. (i), (ii), (iii), etc)
<BQ6> BQ within BQ within BQ, first indent;
in statutes, applied to subparagraphs (e.g. (i), (ii), (iii), etc)
<BQ7> BQ within BQ within BQ within BQ, no first indent;
in statutes, applied to continuations of clauses (e.g. (A), (B), (C), etc)
<BQ8> BQ within BQ within BQ within BQ, first indent;
in statutes, applied to clauses (e.g. (A), (B), (C), etc)
<BQ9> BQ within BQ within BQ within BQ within BQ, no first indent;
in statutes, applied to continuations of subclauses (e.g. (I), (II), (III), etc)
<BQ10> BQ within BQ within BQ within BQ within BQ, first indent;
in statutes, applied to subclauses (e.g. (I), (II), (III), etc)
<BQH1> BQ heading 1
<BQH2> BQ heading 2
<BQH3> BQ heading 3
<BQR> BQ set right

Lists 

All lists and block quotations require a <SPACE> tag before and after them.

Code Meaning/Use
<BL> bullet list item; •[tab]
<BL2> second para of bullet list item
<BLBL> second-level bullet list item; –[tab]
<NL> number list item; [tab]1.[tab], etc.
<NL2> second para of number list item
<NLL> number + letter list item (e.g., [tab]1.[tab]a.[tab]text text text)
<LL> second-level "number" (letter) list item; a.[tab], etc.
<LL2> second para of letter list item
<RL> third-level number list item; [tab]i.[tab], etc.
<RL2> second para of third-level number list item

Spaces 

Code Meaning/Use
<SPACE> full line space
<SP2> half <SPACE> or half <SP1>

Box (Generic) 

box number box title
Code Meaning/Use
<BOX-START> indicates box start; add if omitted
<BOX-STOP> indicates box stop; add if omitted
<BOXN>
<BOXTI>
<BOXST> box subtitle (rarely used)
<BOXH1> box heading 1
<BOXH2> box heading 2
<BOXTX1> box text, no first indent
<BOXTX2> box text, first indent
<BOXBQ1> box BQ, no first indent
<BOXBQ2> box BQ, first indent
<BOXBL> box bullet list; •[tab]
<BOXNL> box number list; [tab]1.[tab], etc.
<BOXLL> box letter list; a.[tab], etc.; under <BOXNL>
<BOXNOTE> box note
<BOXSRC> box source; "Source:" or "Sources:"

Tables and Figures 

Code Meaning/Use
Tables
<TT> table title; e.g., "Table 1.1<em>Table Title"
<TH1> column heading, first row
<TH2> column heading, second row
<TC> table copy
<TCBL> table copy, bullet item; •<en>
<TN> table note
<TS> table source; "Source:" or "Sources:"
Figures
<FIGTI> figure title; e.g., "Figure 1.1<em>Figure Title"
<FIGH1> figure heading
<FIGTX1> figure text, unindented
<FIGTX2> figure text, indented
<FIGSRC> figure source

Chapter End Matter 

Code Meaning/Use
Chapter Summary
<HECS> chapter summary heading
<CSTX1> chapter summary text, no indent
<CSTX2> chapter summary text, indent
<CSBL> chapter summary bullet list item; •[tab]
<CSNL> chapter summary number list item; [tab]1.[tab], etc.
<CSRULE> chapter summary rule; follows chapter summary text
<HE1>

end-of-chapter heading
Key Terms, Notes, References, Exercises, Review Questions, Discussion Questions
<HE2>

end-of-chapter heading, second level
Multiple-Choice Questions, True/False Questions
Key Terms and References
<KT> key term
<REF> reference
Review and Discussion Questions
<QTF> true or false: e.g., <QTF>___ [tab]1.[tab]
<QNL> question, number list item; [tab]1.[tab], etc.
<QLL> question, letter list item; a.[tab], etc.

Index 

Code Meaning/Use
<LETTER> index heading (A, B, C, etc)
<LEV1> index level 1; comma separates entry and page number(s)
<LEV2> index level 2; comma separates entry and page number(s)
<LEV3> index level 3; comma separates entry and page number(s)

Other 

Code Meaning/Use
<GD> glossary definition (in margin)
<GT> glossary term (in margin)
<GLS> glossary item (in Glossary)
<NOTE> endnote
<NOTE2> second para of <NOTE>
<CAPTION> caption
<SRC> source; "Source:" or "Sources:"
<REF> reference list entry
<URL> URL list entry
<EP> epigraph
<EPS> epigraph source

Front Matter 

Title page

Code Meaning/Use
<TITLE>
<SUBTITLE>
<EDITION>
<AUTHOR>
<PUBLISH> e.g., "Emond / Toronto, Canada / 2017"

Copyright page

Code Meaning/Use
<CIPH> CIP heading: "Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication"
<CIP1> no indent (cf. <TX1>)
<CIP1ST> turnover indented
<CIP2> first line indented (cf. <TX2>)

Dedication page

Code Meaning/Use
<DED1> dedication
<DED2> dedication signature

Table of contents

Code Meaning/Use
<TOC PN>
<TOC PT>
<TOC PST>
<TOC CN>
<TOC CT>
<TOC CST>
<TOC ST>
<TOC H1>
<TOC H2>
<TOC H3>
<TOC H4>
<TOC H5>
<TOC H6>
<TOC HE1>
<TOC HE2>
<TOC OBH>