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There isn't a preset available for this in the text editor, so you'll need to add your text in a Markdown Block or a Code Block and use HTML. The HTML for superscript is

<sup>   </sup>
For example, you could add something like this:
<p>This text contains <sup>superscript</sup> text.</p>
..to achieve this..

This text contains superscript text.


Read more about the HTML here: https://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_sup.asp

I hope that helps.

Paul

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Paul's answer works well. In addition, if it's something you use often and require the style to be in-line with the rest of your text, I've created a plugin for Squarespace that allows for superscript, subscript and more. See Squint.

-Brandon
Project Mgr. and Developer at Ignertia
Creator of Squint - Custom Text Styles & Headings for the Squarespace Text Editor


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I do it like so … (for digits)

  1. I select the digit that I would like to superscript
  2. In MacOS, I launch the Character Viewer
  3. I use the search function available in the Character Viewer window and search for superscript
  4. From the search results, I double click the character I want to replace the selection I made in step 1 and the selected text is now replaced by what I double clicked on

As a tip, you can pretty much double click on most anything inside the character viewer and it will "type" into the text block. I might be worth your while to inspect the element using the browser inspector to learn what is going on behind the scenes as it were. I would also test the results by viewing the contents in a variety of browsers to understand any limitations that might not be obvious.

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There are Unicode superscript characters.

Superscript: ᴬᴮᶜᴰᴱᶠᴳᴴᴵᴶᴷᴸᴹᴺᴼᴾᵠᴿˢᵀᵁⱽᵠˣʸᶻᵃᵇᶜᵈᵉᶠᵍʰᶦʲᵏˡᵐⁿᵒᵖᵠʳˢᵗᵘᵛᵠˣʸᶻ¹²³⁴⁵⁶⁷⁸⁹⁰

Subscript: ₐBCDₑFGₕᵢⱼₖₗₘₙₒₚQᵣₛₜᵤᵥQₓYZₐᵦ𝒸𝒹ₑ𝒻𝓰ₕᵢⱼₖₗₘₙₒₚᵩᵣₛₜᵤᵥᵩₓᵧ𝓏₁₂₃₄₅₆₇₈₉₀

You can copy these characters and paste them.

 

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On 5/28/2021 at 12:33 AM, ethanchan145 said:

There are Unicode superscript characters.

Superscript: ᴬᴮᶜᴰᴱᶠᴳᴴᴵᴶᴷᴸᴹᴺᴼᴾᵠᴿˢᵀᵁⱽᵠˣʸᶻᵃᵇᶜᵈᵉᶠᵍʰᶦʲᵏˡᵐⁿᵒᵖᵠʳˢᵗᵘᵛᵠˣʸᶻ¹²³⁴⁵⁶⁷⁸⁹⁰

Subscript: ₐBCDₑFGₕᵢⱼₖₗₘₙₒₚQᵣₛₜᵤᵥQₓYZₐᵦ𝒸𝒹ₑ𝒻𝓰ₕᵢⱼₖₗₘₙₒₚᵩᵣₛₜᵤᵥᵩₓᵧ𝓏₁₂₃₄₅₆₇₈₉₀

You can copy these characters and paste them.

 

When I use the Character Viewer or copy and paste these characters, 123 are one size and 456789 are smaller. 

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I have 107 citations in my blog (a university essay). Any idea how to get superscripts that are the same size? 

Thanks, 
Sarah 

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