: I have to annotate some texts from the 19th century. The final product must be an HTML-only webpage. I have two major issues:
1. I'm working through the texts from start to finish, i.e, when I come across a word/proper noun/etc to annotate, I do so and move on (by annotate I mean link to a footnote/web resource). For every word/text that I annotate, I insert an anchor (to linkback) and a link to the resource.
The problem with this: updating the anchors later on will be a major headache, because I'm positive I'll come up with many more links as I go through multiple readings of the texts.
Is there a simpler solution?
2. Is there a resource for converting various 19th century European/American/African currencies to current inflation-adjusted values?
I've seen some of the annotation software out there, and it isn't what I want.
I'm on Ubuntu using Mozilla Composer, could use Windows if needed.