Small Text Generator

Small Caps

ᴛʏᴘᴇ ᴏʀ ᴘᴀꜱᴛᴇ ʏᴏᴜʀ ᴄᴏɴᴛᴇɴᴛ ʜᴇʀᴇ

Superscript

ᵗʸᵖᵉ ᵒʳ ᵖᵃˢᵗᵉ ʸᵒᵘʳ ᶜᵒⁿᵗᵉⁿᵗ ʰᵉʳᵉ

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What is small text?

Small text, also refers to as a mini-text or tiny text, is a combination of Unicode characters that look similar to the small font. If you want your text messages, social media profiles, and email to stand out, small text is a must-have! But, making up a small text all by yourself can be a tiring task, therefore, you need a small text generator to do this job for you!

JustFreeTool's small text generator will convert your every text into a small one. It is a highly easy-to-use small text generator that you can use anywhere, anytime. However, there are still a couple of things you should know before you enter your text in our small text generator. If you want to know all about our small text generator, Unicode, subscript, tiny text, and much more, just keep on reading! 


Unicode

In the 1980s, a non-profit organization came up on the surface that is now known as a Unicode. As the name indicates, this organization is used to "unify" the "codes" present in the characters of the text. When I say "code", I mean only numbers. Computers know numbers. Therefore, it is your duty to tell them which number is the alphabet "a", which one is "b", and so on. In this way, you can read the full text on your screen rather than just zeroes and ones. The problem with this specification was that no specific numbers were assigned to the alphabets. Different programmers used different numbers for each alphabet and whenever they tried to communicate with each other, they had to translate the text first. From then, Unicode tried to solve this issue by making a universal "rule book" that contains the same numbers as letters. 

But, what does all of this have to do with generating small texts? There were several people who didn't like Unicode specifications as much as they should have. They wanted some different kinds of characters that Unicode didn’t offer in its previous specification. Thus, to comply with all the organizations and programmers, Unicode came up with hundreds of different kinds of symbols, languages, and arcane legacy systems that those programmers and organizations may need.

In its journey, Unicode picked up a bunch of symbols, alphabets, and numbers that can be combined to form small caps, superscript, and subscript characters. When you paste your text in the small text generator, you may only see a few alphabets but 130,000+ symbols get combined by the Unicode standard to get you that small text.

Thus, if you think that small text is a font just because it looks different, you're so wrong. That is not actually a font but a combination of small text characters or symbols. People generally believe that small characters are quite different from normal characters so they must be some kind of font but, then again, emojis are different too!

Fun fact: Emoji are also Unicode's characters. I know, right? Thus, you can paste any kind of text in our small text generator and get a text that you can post on several social media platforms or basically, anywhere you want!

Superscript

Superscript characters were presented to Unicode specification to be utilized in phonetics, mathematics, and other related disciplines. Such professionals can use superscript to type equations and other sorts of calculations when LaTeX or HTML aren't available, for example, in messaging systems.

At first, there were only three kinds of superscript characters present in Unicode: ¹²³. The rest of the numbers that can be beneficial during calculations were developed after those characters: ⁺⁻⁼⁽⁾ⁿ. After this, we got all the Latin characters except for "q". You may wonder that why Unicode just leaves that symbol out? Probably, because, it wasn't supposed to be a superscript character in the first place. In fact, no alphabet was intended to be a superscript character. They all dived in to fulfill a certain purpose. But, it would've been nice if they just popped this one too.

If you're using HTML, you can create an easily rendered text by using the sup tag rather than using the aforementioned fields. Like this:

<sup>Example</sup>

Since "q" isn’t available right now, you can use "ᵠ" instead. If you think there can be a better character to use instead of this, let us know!

Here's the list of the superscript alphabets used by our small text generator:

ᵃᵇᶜᵈᵉᶠᵍʰᶦʲᵏˡᵐⁿᵒᵖᵠʳˢᵗᵘᵛʷˣʸᶻ


Small Caps

Small caps have been around for quite a while now. They have been utilized in the printing area for several hundred years. They have either been used by linguistics or as an alternative to capital letters that may render the reader with some confusion such as long acronyms.

As you can see, the small caps text of the Unicode specification is probably the most "complete" of all the sets used by the website engines. However, the letters – Q, X, and, S – don't pass as correct but they're still acceptable.

You can use this below mentioned code to produce small caps with CSS and that too within your HTML file:

<span style="font-variant: small-caps;">Testing 123</span>

<span style="font-variant: small-caps;">Testing 123</span>


As already mentioned, people usually consider this small caps text as a font whereas it is just a set of characters or "glyphs" of small caps. However, if you're looking forward to using a font that can be integrated with small caps, you can do that with lots of them. There are many fonts that help you to do that in an "inferred" manner. For instance, if small caps characters aren't exclusively present in your font then your browser or word processor will automatically change the Latin characters into those symbols that may resemble small caps. However, such small-cap characters may not look as good as the other ones that are created by this small text generator.

Here is the list of the alphabets that our generator uses:

ᴀʙᴄᴅᴇꜰɢʜɪᴊᴋʟᴍɴᴏᴘǫʀsᴛᴜᴠᴡxʏᴢ


Subscript

Subscript characters are a part of the Unicode specification that doesn't offer a full list of alphabets. However, this kind of text still doesn’t get used in most industries. But, we're still hopeful that Unicode will provide us with the remaining alphabets soon enough. Let's see what this generator does to your text to make it into subscript.

ₐᵦ????????????????ₕᵢⱼₖₗₘₙᵩᵣₛₜᵤᵥ????ₓᵧ????

See? We had to fill in the blanks by using some other Unicode's smaller letters. But, if you're bent on making a full subscript text, we suggest you avoid using the alphabets B, C, D, F, G, Q, W, and Z. It really is a challenge, isn’t it? 


On Reddit

Reddit gives you an opportunity to convert your plain text into something that has bold, italics, and other formats just like what we have seen in superscript. Let's see how you can add a superscript text on a Reddit comment.

This text will be normal^ (and this text is superscript)

Once, it was possible to add as many superscripts as you want in the Reddit comment section. But, with the new version, the website has disabled this feature and you can only add a small number of superscript texts. If there are no spaces present in your superscript text, there is no need to add brackets like this:

1000 = 10^3


Tiny Letters

Tiny letters are considered to be a mix of both small caps and superscript letters. These are the smallest letters in Unicode and it doesn't even have a proper alphabet list! All it contains is: ᶦ ᶧ ᶫ ᶰ ʶ ᶸ. The best thing that this specification can do is to give you an acronym for "I love you" as: ᶦᶫᶸ. Looks like you have to resort to other texts to make your social media post.

Now, there are a couple of questions that people asked us frequently. Let's get onto them. 


Where can you post small text?

You can post your small texts basically anywhere you want. You can post it on all social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Discord messages, Tumblr, YouTube comments, etc. You can also post your small text in blogs, articles, and other forms of writing.

However, some websites don't approve the use of small texts in certain areas such as your bio, username, or maybe some of your posts. Alas, we can't do anything about this issue because the website owners solely control what textual characters should go on their websites and what shouldn't. They probably want to remove the hassle of "problem characters" by blocking the small text. But Facebook and other big sites allow you to post these characters mainly because it has a lot of users who don't speak the English language. Such users need the assistance of these small texts. 


How to use our small text generator?

It is very easy to use our small text generator. You will get a small text and a superscript in mere seconds. All you have to do is copy and paste your text in the required field or you can directly type in your text. The results will automatically pop up. You can either download the results or copy them to clipboard. 


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