Specifying faces for the < b > and < i > HTML tags

Some fonts have a variety of bold and italic faces, so it’s not easy and sometimes impossible to figure out which to use in any given scenario. To overcome this there are a number of attributes that can be specified on the <i> and <b> tags, namely:

For Example:

When the tag is processed, EasyCatalog attempts to apply the correct face from the specified attribute.

Raw data usually doesn’t contain this information, so it can be added using the “Cleansing” field option. E.g:

Notice – double up the “=” inside the pair. This is needed to make clear the “real” equals in the cleansing pair.