The Statute field in Zotero will soon be mapped to legislation. No styles yet discriminate between enacted laws (legislation) and proposed law drafts (bill), so it is sufficient to add legislation to tests where it is missing. This changeset covers styles where bill was included in tests, but legislation was not. There should be no effect on current style behavior. Styles receiving this change will not be affected by the new mapping, but it will be open to style designers to apply separate treatment to bills and enacted legislation.
* made journal names title case to better comply with Acta Mater specification * implemented page first for journals only * changed publisher and edited book title to title case * added strip periods style to journal abbreviations to comply with Acta Mater specification * added edition macro to handle long-ordinal numbers to comply with Acta Mater specification * added web page citation style (note: Acta Mater spec only says that the URL and date accessed need to be provided. No further guidelines are given.) * fixed editors field to comply with Acta Mater spec ("in: Surname F, Surname2 X (Eds.).") * changed punctuation between publisher and year to semicolon to comply with Acta Mater spec * removed page numbers for book chapters to comply with Acta Mater specification * removed leading space in authors for better alignment of hanging indents. * moved edited book title into the comma-delimited group to comply with Acta Mater specification