- HED Address
An address, for example in a letter, on a copyright page, etc.
- HED Attribution
The attribution to a quote.
- HED Attribution (contd)
Continuation paragraphs for a quote attribution. An attribution can have multiple continuation paragraphs.
- HED Author name
The name of an author. This could appear in a variety of places: on the main titlepage, following a preface title or chapter title, etc.
- HED Box type
Some books include multiple types of boxes and sidebars, that appear multiple times within a book. For example, a book might have a type of box called “Quick Tips”, that contains different tips that correspond to the current book topic. This style would be used to tag that Type heading, and is different from the main box heading.
- HED Caption
A caption, for example to accompany an image or to follow a table.
- HED Chap/Sect/Wrapper number
Number labels for any book section or wrapper, e.g., “Chapter 1”, or “Example 12”.
- HED Chapter/Section title
Titles of main book sections, like chapters, prefaces, appendixes, parts, and so on.
- HED Closing
The closing line of a letter, e.g., “Sincerely,”.
- HED Code paragraph
A block of computer code.
- HED Contributor
A book or section contributor, other than the author. For example, the name of an illustrator or editor that might appear on the titlepage or at the beginning of a chapter.
- HED Dateline
- HED Definition definition
The definition paragraph in a set of term/definition pairs. This paragraph is an example of the definition paragraph that corresponds to the term above.
- HED Definition definition (contd)
A continuation paragraph for a multi-paragraph definition, as defined above.
- HED Definition term
A term to be defined, often followed by a HED Definition definition paragraph.
- HED Dialogue paragraph
- HED Endnote paragraph
A paragraph in an endnote.
- HED Footnote paragraph
A paragraph in a footnote.
- HED Generic heading
A generic heading, often used in the middle of boxes or sidebars when you want to introduce a block of text without creating a formal sub-section. Also often used as a heading preceding a letter body, e.g., “CONFIDENTIAL”.
- HED Generic subheading
Similar to the generic heading, a second level of heading that can be used when you want to create a logical grouping of text without creating a formal sub-section.
- HED Image holder
- HED Image source
The source of an image, e.g. “Courtesy of Getty Images”.
- HED Imprint name
The name of your imprint, often included on a titlepage.
- HED Line space
A line space, often used to create a logical break in time or context.
- HED List item (contd)
A second paragraph in a multi-paragraph list item (can be used for both bulleted and numbered list items).
- HED List item – Bulleted
A bulleted or unordered list item. For multi-level lists, use the HED BOX Bullet List wrapper, nesting multiple levels of list wrappers within it, like this:
- HED List item – Numbered
A numbered or ordered list item. For multi-level lists, use the HED BOX Num List wrapper, nesting multiple levels of list wrappers within it, like this:
- HED Location
A location, for example the location of your office as it appears on the book titlepage, or the location in which a chapter is set.
- HED Mark for Deletion
A paragraph that should be deleted in the final output.
- HED Ornamental space
An ornamental break in the text, often used to create a logical break in time or context and containing a visual ornament.
- HED Plain text paragraph
- HED Plain text paragraph (contd)
If a paragraph is broken up by an image or other content, use this style for the continuing text of the paragraph.
- HED Postscript
A postscript, as in a letter or foreword, e.g., “P.S., don’t forget to buy milk!”.
- HED Processing instruction
- HED Publisher name
The name of your publisher, for example appearing on a titlepage.
- HED Quote paragraph
A quote, that you don’t necessarily want to appear inside an extract.
- HED Salutation
A salutation, for example in a letter or foreword, e.g. “Dear reader,”.
- HED Signature
The signature of the author of a block of text, for example in a letter or foreword.
- HED Speaker name
A speaker in a block of dialogue.
- HED Subtitle
Subtitles for any type of section or wrapper. For example, could be used both for a chapter subtitle, and for a subtitle in a sidebar.
- HED TOC entry – backmatter
A table of contents entry for a backmatter section.
- HED TOC entry – chapter
A table of contents entry for a chapter.
- HED TOC entry – frontmatter
A table of contents entry for a frontmatter section.
- HED TOC entry – part
A table of contents entry for a part.
- HED Verse paragraph
A single line of verse.
- HED Wrapper title
Titles of wrappers and sub-sections. For example, for a sidebar title, extract title, sub-section title, etc.
- HED separator
Inline styles are styles that you apply just to a few words or characters within a paragraph, without affecting the rest of the text in the paragraph. Hederis supports most of Word’s built-in character formatting tools (like italics, bold, underline, etc.), so you don’t need to use inline styles for everything. However, there are a few cases where inline styles come in handy:
- HED SPAN Small Caps Text
- HED SPAN Emphasis Text
Text that should be emphasized both visually and while being read aloud. This style is typically represented as italics. (In modern web development, “emphasis” has replaced “italic” as a code to add emphasis to your text.)
Note that you can use Word’s built-in Italic formatting button, and this style will automatically be applied when the .docx file is converted in Hederis.
- HED SPAN Strong Text
This style is typically used for bold text. (In modern web development, “strong” has replaced “boldas a code to add weight to your text.)
Note that you can use Word’s built-in bold formatting button, and this style will automatically be applied when the .docx file is converted in Hederis.
- HED SPAN Superscript Text
- HED SPAN Subscript Text
- HED SPAN Inline Link
A Link or url.
- HED SPAN Abbreviation Text
- HED SPAN Key phrase
A word or phrase that should be differentiated from the rest of the text, but doesn’t fall into any of the other Inline Style categories.
- HED SPAN Number
A numbered element, nested inside another paragraph. For example, this tag would be used to style a chapter number that runs in with the chapter title text, e.g. “1 Down the Rabbit Hole”.
- HED SPAN Introductory text
The first few letters or words of a paragraph or chapter.
- HED SPAN Loosen spacing
- HED SPAN Tighten spacing
- HED SPAN Line break after
- HED SPAN Page break after
HED SPAN Note reference
HED SPAN Note marker
- HED BOX Box start, HED BOX Box end
- HED BOX Bullet List start, HED BOX Bullet List end
- HED BOX Code Block start, HED BOX Code Block end
- HED BOX Definition List start, HED BOX Definition List end
- HED BOX Endnote start, HED BOX Endnote end
- HED BOX Epigraph start, HED BOX Epigraph end
- HED BOX Extract start, HED BOX Extract end
- HED BOX Figure start, HED BOX Figure end
- HED BOX Footnote start, HED BOX Footnote end
- HED BOX Letter start, HED BOX Letter end
- HED BOX Note start, HED BOX Note end
- HED BOX Num List start, HED BOX Num List end
- HED BOX Poetry start, HED BOX Poetry end
- HED BOX Sidebar start, HED BOX Sidebar end
- HED BOX Simple List start, HED BOX Simple List end
- HED BOX Sub-section start, HED BOX Sub-section end
- HED BOX Table start, HED BOX Table end
- HED SECT About the Author
- HED SECT Acknowledgments
- HED SECT Ad Card
- HED SECT Afterword
- HED SECT Appendix
- HED SECT Bibliography
- HED SECT Chapter
- HED SECT Colophon
- HED SECT Conclusion
- HED SECT Copyright Page
- HED SECT Dedication
- HED SECT Endnotes
- HED SECT Epigraph
- HED SECT Foreword
- HED SECT Glossary
- HED SECT Halftitle Page
- HED SECT Index
- HED SECT Interlude
- HED SECT Introduction
- HED SECT Part
- HED SECT Preface
- HED SECT TOC
- HED SECT Titlepage