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Hi to all wiki editors,

for the sake of better readability of wiki articles in the wikipedia
they have the rule, *not* to use level-one headings. A level-two
heading is the highest level editors use in an article.

The reason is, that level-one headings have the same styling as the
page title. However, headings inside your article schould be
optically at least one level below the page title.

I´d like to recommend to apply this rule to the TDF wiki as well.

So, don´t use this:
= Heading =

Only use this:
== Heading ==
=== Heading ===
==== Heading ====
and so on.

Thanks for considering.


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