TxStyle :: Textile Documentation

The Textile Markup Syntax Documentation (v. 2.4) for Textpattern


Typography

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The four main UN-agencies are the WHO(World Health Organisation), the ILO(International Labour Organisation), the UNESCO(United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) and the IAEA(International Atomic Energy Authority).
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The four main UN-agencies are the WHO, the ILO, the UNESCO and the IAEA.


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"That's a 'magic' sock."

Apostrophes are also made curly:

I am 5' 10" tall.
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“That’s a ‘magic’ sock.”

Apostrophes are also made curly:

I am 5’ 10” tall.


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The *ampersand* will be automatically escaped, if not being part of an HTML entity, e.g.: Smith & Jones Consulting.

Similarly, *angle brackets* (< or >) are also automatically escaped if outside of HTML tags, e.g.: 4 < 5

A hyphen between whitespaces is converted into a *short dash* (en-dash), e.g.: The Delhi–Sidney flight was late by 3 - 4 hours.

Double hyphens become *long dashes* (em-dash), e.g.: The tea -- with cardamom and other spices -- was delicious and fragrant.

Between numbers, the lowercase letter x is converted into a *dimension sign*, e.g.: 3 x 4 = 12

Three periods are converted into a single *ellipsis character*, e.g: "Oops ... you can't use that as an argument."
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The ampersand will be automatically escaped, if not being part of an HTML entity, e.g.: Smith & Jones Consulting.

Similarly, angle brackets (< or >) are also automatically escaped if outside of HTML tags, e.g.: 4 < 5

A hyphen between whitespaces is converted into a short dash (en-dash), e.g.: The Delhi–Sidney flight was late by 3 - 4 hours.

Double hyphens become long dashes (em-dash), e.g.: The tea — with cardamom and other spices — was delicious and fragrant.

Between numbers, the lowercase letter x is converted into a dimension sign, e.g.: 3 × 4 = 12

Three periods are converted into a single ellipsis character, e.g: “Oops … you can’t use that as an argument.”


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Registered Trademark(R)
Trademark(tm)
Copyright (C) 2008
One quarter [1/4] symbol
One half [1/2] symbol
Three quarters [3/4] symbol
Degree [o] symbol
Plus/minus [+/-] symbol
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Registered Trademark®
Trademark™
Copyright © 2008
One quarter ¼ symbol
One half ½ symbol
Three quarters ¾ symbol
Degree ° symbol
Plus/minus ± symbol