I am using the glossary feature to hyperlink to an array of Bible verse selections. So in the main text the \w …\w* words are actually scripture references like, \w Job 2:7\w*
I mostly have these references in a \r line which has a smaller font size than the body text (that’s good!)
However, I have some references inline with other ‘paragraph’ text. I would like to reduce the size of the \w …\w* marked references to the same size as the \r references.
I have tried various other span styles but it seems that they are either do nothing, or mess up the \w formatting.
Is it true to say that span styles can’t be embedded in other span styles? Would there be another way to accomplish what I want, or should I forget it?
See CSS Selectors Reference
You are probably looking for one of these:
||div > p
elements where the parent is a
Although, simply styling the
\w as the
div.r in the Styles tab, you will see the default font-size is
span.w font-size as
90% will mean that it will be 90% of 90% (81%) within the
You can then override the 81% size by setting
div.r span.w font-size to inherit or
90% (test them in that order) and see which works. This should work since it is more specific than
Thanks for the clues Greg.
I was forgetting that the font attributes were in the \r not the \w
I can prob do it by adding attributes to the \w and then adjusting up the \r
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