I am not sure counters will work here. The calls are okay, I can just display the sup tag to handle that but the markers are a different story.
We do not know when a whole number will have a point added to it. So that makes me think we will need to look at the sup tag for each footnote to know and just display that as the call and maker. Is that possible?
I'm working with Dennis (dipBNA), trying to sort out the style of the footnote calls. When it's 0pt, as above, we get a call that's 83% of the text size and a super alignment too high -- it affects the line spacing. I also get a space before the call number, which I don't want. When I add styles to the footnote call,
I get the number twice; the first one as above and the second one as I specified in the footnote-call. Also is there a way to control the vertical alignment so it's not positioned as high? Thank you! -Carol
<p id="a0r8x6p7r8" origin.id="a0g2m1x0r3">The personal holding company surtax of <cite><cite.usc ref="usc\26\541">§541</cite.usc></cite> through <cite><cite.usc ref="usc\26\547">§547</cite.usc></cite><footnote id="a0r8x6p7r9" origin.id="a0g2m1x0r4"> <span class="popup" onClick="myFunction(1)"><sup>1</sup>
<span class="popuptext footnote" id="1">
All “Section” and “§”
references are to the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, and the regulations promulgated thereunder, unless otherwise indicated.
</footnote> was enacted in 1934 ---------------
Removing the id="1" from the span tag, or removing the (1) from myFunction does not make a difference. Removing <sup>1</sup> makes both numbers disappear.
By setting the line-height to zero for the sup elements, you avoid disrupting the line rhythms. By increasing the line height for paragraphs, you make room for the footnote calls. I wouid probably not change the vertical position of the footnote calls, but if you prefer, you can experiment with code like this:
Hmmm, I am able to change the green footnote calls, thank you for the tips there. Problem is, I want to get rid of the blue ones, which I don't seem to be able to change. I'm still getting both footnote calls. I see what you mean about the paragraph line height, but I'm trying to match the style in our current system and actually need the leading to be slightly smaller.
Aha, silly me! I needed to put the footnote-call style back to zero, to remove it. Styling the sup is working. The only issue I have left is that there is still space after the sup number. Maybe I can reduce the type size for the footnote-call style and see if that has an effect. Thank you so much for your help!