Text converter to Cursive (Italic) style

This is an online version of the text converter in a cursive (Italian) style or italic outline. Complete conversion of all entered letters and characters into italics (for which there are appropriate equivalents). PC users know that cursive text the English word Italic is always used to define the concept of. In text editors, this feature is represented by a button with the letter I. Italic is also called a hand-writing style, indeed, the cursive text is displayed slightly tilted to the right, which makes it similar to the handwritten. The thickness of the letters also changes, they become thinner. The style is used to highlight parts of the text.

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Cursive, Italic style, effect text converter

Modern italics has a direct relation to the ancient handwritten italic letter and the style of the minuscule used in ancient Greece and ancient Rome. It gained special popularity in Italy during the Renaissance, hence its name Italic or Italian font. This style was known in other countries, but it was called so-known word quickwritings.

Italic outline (Italian style text) is used in the layout of texts to highlight individual phrases, words, direct speech, references, quotations and other things. This selection is not as obvious and strong as, for example, when using Bold, but it is also intended to draw the reader's attention to a particular word or phrase. The whole text is given out in italics rarely, it is used for artistic effect, when you need to impress the reader. There are many algorithms for drawing italic text, each program uses its own. Much also depends on the font used, and there are ready-made cursive italic fonts.

Special symbols called tags are used on the Internet to create a italic style, they mark the parts of the text to which the style should be applied. These are instructions to the web-browser program. But there is also a universal option - to replace the required symbols alternative, having originally italic mark. A multiplier of symbols, including the plying ones, was added to the Unicode encoding and also in UTF. This is now considered a standard, its support is added to all modern devices.

This converter simply replaces the letters with cursory alternatives in Unicode coding. This text will appear the same on any device, but it will require Unicode support. It should be taken into account that not all symbols have such alternatives (non latin). Fully supported conversion for numbers and Latin letters, non-convertible symbols will remain unchanged.