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  Page Titles Will Be Like This.
Page subheads will be like this.
<span class="subhead">Page subheads will be like this.</span>


TOWER: Story section headers will appear in this style.
<span class="subhead2">Story section headers will appear in this style.</span>
This is where the body text would appear for the story. If there was a picture to go with the story, the text should wrap around the picture. Also, the picture should have a 10 pixel border around the right and bottom so the text does not but right up to the picture's edge, and the picture should not be more than 250 pixels wide and always appear below the main page header and sub head. For instance, the image on the left was achieved with this macro:

{pictureRef ("TOWER", align:"left", hspace:"10", vspace:"10")}

Story sub-section headers will appear in this style.
<span class="subhead3"> Story sub-section headers will appear in this style. </span >
If there was a section of the story that was a sub-section, it would be broken out in this way.

If any section needed special attention, it would appear like this. Keep in mind, however, the more that is in red, the less important it becomes, so reserve it only for very important stuff.
<span class="redtext"> If any section needed special attention, it would appear like this. < /span >

Keep in mind, these standards are here to create a more professional look to the hierarchy of the page, making it easier to follow.

A Note About Navigation.
In order to keep the page formatted correctly, try and avoid long strings of words in the navigation bar. If this is unavailable, be sure not to use a non-breaking space in the text, so it can break where needed.

A Note About Text.
It's best to make the text as concise as possible since reading text on a screen is much more difficult than on a printed page. Use bold or italic text for short phrases only. Avoid centering large sections of text. Do NOT use any FONT tags. If a single web page is more than 3 screens long, you should consider breaking it up into several shorter pages.

Using the headers to make the text flow.
By using the guidelines for breaking the text into sections, it makes it much easier for the viewer to navigate to the sections they wish to read.

 

 
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