Template:Fine block/s

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This template renders one or more blocks of text in "fine print", which is a smaller font but not as small as {{smaller}}, with reduced line spacing.

e.g.

{{fine block|{{lorem ipsum}}}}

yields


Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.


To reduce the size of a few words within a block of normal-sized text, use {{smaller}}—this will give you smaller text without breaking up the text, and without interfering in block-level properties like line spacing.

Spanning page breaks[edit]

If you have a fine block that spans a page break, or if you have un-escaped pipes ("|") in the template, you need to use the "split" form of this template: {{fine block/s}} and {{fine block/e}}. This means that only a single "start" and "end" template appear in the transclusion, but each page is also wrapped, using the header and footer fields in the Page: namespace.

First page - body
{{fine block/s}}
First page text
First page footer
{{fine block/e}}
Second page header
{{fine block/s}}
Second page body
Second page text
{{fine block/e}}

You will need to place {{fine block/s}} and {{fine block/e}} in the headers and footers of intermediate pages.

See also[edit]


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.

Font size definition by relative differences using words[edit]

Comment Please note that none of these fonts have proportional line height to the font size. Line height is only relevant with fonts smaller than 100%. For these, see:Fonts with proportional line heights below
Inline template  Block template  Size Sample
{{xx-smaller}} {{xx-smaller block}} 58% Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
{{x-smaller}} {{x-smaller block}} 69% Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
{{smaller}} {{smaller block}} 83% Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
{{fine}} {{fine block}} 92% Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
100% Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
{{larger}} {{larger block}} 120% Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
{{x-larger}} {{x-larger block}} 144% Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
{{xx-larger}} {{xx-larger block}} 182% Lorem ipsum dolor sit
{{xxx-larger}} {{xxx-larger block}} 207% Lorem ipsum dolor
{{xxxx-larger}} {{xxxx-larger block}} 249% Lorem ipsum
Size elements
{{font-size}} manual text scaling
{{font-size-x}} also scales line height