UsageEdit

This template simplifies formatting text that is X-smaller.

ExampleEdit

{{X-smaller|X-smaller}}

Note that the template doesn't seem to handle the equals character "=", use {{=}} for equals instead.

See alsoEdit


All Wikisource size templates are relative to the default size. There are two kinds of sizing template: inline and block templates. Inline templates are suitable for use within a paragraph, but can't handle paragraph breaks, and do not adjust line spacing. Block templates can handle paragraph breaks, and adjust line spacing, but are not suitable for use within a paragraph, as they will cause a paragraph break. See H:DIVSPAN for more details.

Font size definition by relative differences using wordsEdit

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Inline template Block template Size 12pt/16px
default base[a]
Sample
{{xx-smaller}} {{xx-smaller block}} 58% 7pt Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
{{x-smaller}} {{x-smaller block}} 69% 8pt Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
{{smaller}} {{smaller block}} 83% 10pt Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
{{fine}} {{fine block}} 92% 11pt Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
100% 12pt Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
{{larger}} {{larger block}} 120% 14pt Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
{{x-larger}} {{x-larger block}} 144% 17pt Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
{{xx-larger}} {{xx-larger block}} 182% 22pt Lorem ipsum dolor sit
{{xxx-larger}} {{xxx-larger block}} 207% 25pt Lorem ipsum dolor
{{xxxx-larger}} {{xxxx-larger block}} 249% 30pt Lorem ipsum

a^  Contemporary web browsers have largely standardized on a default base font size of 16px or 12pt.