A digest of interesting markup languages.
Writing a screenplay-formatted blog post should be extremely simple. Simple Script Markup (SSM) uses very simple rules to decide on various screenplay elements.
EXT. PLAYGROUND This is action text. This is meant to describe what is happening in the scene. In this scene, CHARACTER 1 and CHARACTER 2 are having a conversation about SSM. CHARACTER 1: Did you notice the space before my name, as well as the space before this dialogue? CHARACTER 2: (annoyed) Of course I noticed. That's how SSM works. CUT TO: INT. OFFICE Some other stuff happens, and it's funny because office dynamics are hysterical. END
MediaWiki Screenplay extension
Bazar/A Collection of Markup Languages
Updated on 11/10/2011