Getting started with the basics
BLUEPHRASE syntax allows authors to compose their thoughts using the natural language skills they already have. It's clean and simple when writing, and easy on the eyes when reading.
BLUEPHRASE syntax is simply a nesting of phrases, one within the other, building up the author's written words into a complete document.
Using the nomenclature of BLUEPHRASE — paragraphs automatically become
basic phrases . . . sections of a document become
containers . . . and emphasized words become
- Types of phrases
- The three types of phrases: basic, container, and term.
- Nesting terms within terms
- Placing a term phrase within another term phrase works as expected.
- Containers within containers
- Dividing and subdividing a composition for organization and structure.
HTML semantic tags are called semantax within BLUEPHRASE. This distinguishes simple unadorned mnemonics, like
table, from more convoluted opening and closing mnemonics, like
- Implicit semantax
- Omitting semantax when it can be determined through context.