You can use a Bibliography to cite publications that you’ve referred to in your book. A Bibliography element applies specific formatting appropriate for these citations.
Adding a Bibliography
To add a Bibliography to your book, use the Chapter ▸ Add Element menu and select Bibliography. More details about adding elements can be found in Elements of Your Book.
✨ This feature was added in Vellum 3.3. Make sure you are up-to-date.
In a Bibliography element, you can list citations as regular paragraphs:
In your book, citations will be formatted in a style commonly used in a Bibliography: each entry will use a hanging indent so that subequent lines of a citation are indented:
As with a page of Endnotes, text in a Bibliography will use a smaller font size than the rest of the book.
Citing Web URLs
For web-based references, you may want to include the URL in your citation. When you list a URL, you’ll want to make sure that it is formatted as a Web Link.
When formatted as a Web Link, Vellum applies special hyphenation rules so that URLs can break across lines without using hyphens (which might otherwise be interpreted as part of the URL):