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Hi Ted, I think we can start deleting comments like this after they are read :). I am not sure if you put two heading 1 (<H1>) in your document intentionally or not, but this is highly discouraged not only by mediawiki, but also by the W3C HTML standards. The page title itself automatically gets the <H1> tag and therefore all heading tags after that should branch off and start at <H1>
 
Hi Ted, I think we can start deleting comments like this after they are read :). I am not sure if you put two heading 1 (<H1>) in your document intentionally or not, but this is highly discouraged not only by mediawiki, but also by the W3C HTML standards. The page title itself automatically gets the <H1> tag and therefore all heading tags after that should branch off and start at <H1>
  
This can cause all sorts of issues for handicapped enabled PCs and for search engines (which will simply skip pages like this). You may want to consider looking for any page that uses the &lt;H1&gt; tag (<nowiki>=whatever=</nowiki> and change them to &lt;H2&gt; (<nowiki>==whatever==</nowiki>
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This can cause all sorts of issues for handicapped enabled PCs and for search engines (which will simply skip pages like this). You may want to consider looking for any page that uses the &lt;H1&gt; tag (<nowiki>=whatever=</nowiki>) and change them to &lt;H2&gt; (<nowiki>==whatever==</nowiki>)
  
 
http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help_talk:Formatting#Level_1
 
http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help_talk:Formatting#Level_1

Revision as of 08:10, 30 June 2011

initial page creation --Ted Vollers 16:13, 23 June 2011 (CDT)

Hi Ted, I think we can start deleting comments like this after they are read :). I am not sure if you put two heading 1 (<H1>) in your document intentionally or not, but this is highly discouraged not only by mediawiki, but also by the W3C HTML standards. The page title itself automatically gets the <H1> tag and therefore all heading tags after that should branch off and start at <H1>

This can cause all sorts of issues for handicapped enabled PCs and for search engines (which will simply skip pages like this). You may want to consider looking for any page that uses the <H1> tag (=whatever=) and change them to <H2> (==whatever==)

http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help_talk:Formatting#Level_1