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Page StructuresEdit

A list of semi-standardized page structures. They might fit with what you are trying to write. The bullet point levels are representative of the header levels.

"Evolution" StructureEdit

Overview:

  • Second-level headers are used to divide into "sections" of the particular thing's evolution.
    • Third-level headers are used after, to show what we have of that particular revision.
  • Including final versions is optional, but usually beneficial.

Works best with:

Articles with a long and notable history. Otherwise, an early version might fit better as a "notable aspect" header.

Examples:

"Timeline" StructureEdit

Headers:

  • Major events (or years) serve as level 1 headers, dividing events.
    • Individual days where events occur serve as level 2 headers.
    • Individual events are laid out below the days with bullet points.
  • At the very end, a header for references is included.

Works best with:

Large, multi-month events, with smaller bits scattered over multiple days.

Examples:

"Weapon" StructureEdit

Headers:

  • First, a brief description of what the weapon is, with the weapon name in bold. I.E.:

The XM29 OICW is the effective predecessor to the OSPIR. It is still in use in the leak, and thus fully present.

  • Two level two headers:
    • Overview
    • Tactics
    • Further case-by-case headers, documenting notable aspects of the weapon. I.E.:
      • Older Texture
      • Cut Grenade Launching Function
      • Facepunch Leaks
  • Another level-two header gallery, with dividing subheaders something like this:
    • Screenshots
    • Renders
    • Textures
  • A header for references. (If used!)

Works best with:

  • Articles documenting weapons. The general idea of it can be applied elsewhere, though.

Examples: