Fiddling With Domain-Specific BLUEPHRASE
- Using listmarks to build a document's table of contents.
- Using citemarks to build a "References Cited" back-matter section.
- Using glossmarks to build a "Glossary" back-matter section.
- Using notemarks to build an "End Notes" back-matter section.
- Defining index entries to build a book "Index".
BLUEPHRASE has special doppelmarks for structured reports with hierarchical headings.
- Abbreviated listmarks
- Building a table of contents with abbreviated text.
- Removing links to listmarks
- Removing hyperlinks from the table of contents to listmarks.
- Building two or more lists using coalescers
- Build a list of figures, a list of photo credits, and more.
- Listmark sort order
- Ordering listmark items sequentially, numerically, or alphabetically.
BLUEPHRASE also has special doppelmarks for placing citations inline, directly adjacent to the material that references them.
- Removing citation backlinks
- Removing backlinks from citations to citemarks.
- Building separate references cited
- Build separate "References Cited" for articles or chapters.
- Citations sort order
- Ordering citemark items sequentially or alphabetically.
BLUEPHRASE has doppelmarks that allow authors to build high-fidelity glossaries.
- Removing glossary backlinks
- Removing backlinks from glossary to glossmarks.
- Building multiple glossaries
- Build separate glossaries for distinct purposes.
- Glossary sort order
- Ordering glossary definitions sequentially or alphabetically.
BLUEPHRASE has doppelmarks to allow authors to create inline footnotes and endnotes.
- Removing footnote backlinks
- Removing backlinks from endnotes to notemarks.
- Specifying footnote markers
- Choosing between footnote-style and endnote-style markers.
- Building separate footnotes
- Building separate footnotes per chapter.
BLUEPHRASE has doppelmarks that allow authors, editors and typographers to work together to build professional book indexes.
- Unmarked index entries
- Adding unmarked index entries.
- Secondary index entries
- Adding secondary index entries.
- Cross-reference index entries
- Adding cross reference index entries.
The special marks for server-side scripting languages can be used together with BLUEPHRASE.
PHP, Java Server Pages, and Active Server Pages can coexist, allowing a single source of truth for server-side HTML scripting.