Page & Post conventions
I’m going to keep this page updated with the various forms of typography used in pages and posts.
It’s not only for the reader to understand the conventions, but for me to be able to remember and practice them in a consistent way!
This page will evolve over time, but it can always serve as a reference for my current practices and the conventions used.
Heading formats used
h1, h2 and h3 will be used as their normal use. Basically for 3 tiers of article or page heirarchy and they will also feed any table of contents (TOC) used for very long posts. These also are what will most likely picked up by the Googles of the world and will be geared towards SEO.
h4, h5 and h6 will be utility heading classes and have yet to be determined.
Different box types
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Some useful information
A note about something interesting
Just checking things off the list. Tick!
From Maximum PC buzz about Ubisoft:
“Our servers are under attack again,” tweeted a Ubisoft rep. “Some gamers are experiencing trouble signing in. We’re working on it and will keep you posted.”
Ubisoft, as much morbid glee as we’re deriving from this twisting train wreck, we think you might want to consider slamming on the breaks before your credibility ends up on the list of casualties. We accept sincere apologies, you know. Actually, we’re surprisingly open to anything when there’s no DRM involved. Ok, not those kinds of things. Oh, wait, you mean those kinds of things and not those kinds of things? Well then, that changes everything!
Next up.. pagination — bed time for bonzo!