Sometimes, it can be useful to add information about a passage that isn't visible to readers. Tags are a way to do this – they function as labels stuck on the side of a passage, visible to you while you are writing your story, but they cannot be seen in the published version of your story.
A tag can be any series of letters, numbers, or punctuation without spaces. You can assign as many tags as you like to a passage, as well.
There are some tags that have special meaning to Twine, and change how your story behaves or appears to your readers. These special tags are described below.
|stylesheet|| A CSS stylesheet. Additional tags (excluding
|transition|| Signifies that the stylesheet defines a CSS transition. Should only appear alongside the
|bookmark||A passage that will appear in Sugarcane's Rewind menu|
|nobr||Causes all of the line breaks in the passage to be removed, as if the entire passage was contained in a <<nobr>> macro. Useful if you use a lot of macros.|
|Twine.private||A passage which will not be included at all in the compiled HTML file|
|startup||Signifies that the passage can be used to initialize variables. Currently a feature only on Harlowe|