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Headers[edit | edit source]
- Headers indicate the different sections on the page.
- Headers allow you to use the blue "edit source" link located between square brackets "[ ]" on the right side of the header. You can put your mouse over it to see, "Edit section:
(name of the header)."
- Creating at least four headers will cause the Wiki to create a Table of Contents at the top of the page.
- If you do not want a Table of Contents, enter the coding __NOTOC__ before the first header (two underscores, NOTOC, two underscores).
Header Uses[edit | edit source]
- = header 1 = - is reserved for article titles. PLEASE, Do not use header one while editing, or creating pages. Putting = header 1 = on the top of a page will make the TITLE on the page DISAPPEAR.
- == header 2 == - is the most used header, when used, it will create a line under it to separate the the sections.
- === header 3 === - is a subheader to ==header 2 ==.
- ==== header 4 ==== - is a subheader to === header 3 ===.
======Header 6======- are used sparingly, however, they do have their uses.
Edit Boxes[edit | edit source]
- Creating headers also creates a way to edit just that one section, once you have saved it, an edit box will appear within square brackets"[ ]" at the right of the header name.
- If you click on this link, it allows you to edit the material between this header and the next, without affecting the rest of the page.
- This allows you to edit a small section rather than searching for a specific section through the entire page of code.
Try these out[edit | edit source]