2. Multi-page articles

Creating, formatting and editing articles

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Page break and page heading


To give a page break and choose a title for the page after the break, put a line of 7 or more tilde characters (~) at the beginning of a line, followed by the title. Optionally add a heading.
The format to produce this:

~~~~~~~~Multi-page articles
[h2]Format for page break and heading[/h2]

Note that there is a page number with the page title "Multi-page articles" and that if you want a linkable heading in the contents list on the right of the page you should put it in as a separate line with [h2] or [h3] or [h4] headings - not as part of the page title after the tildes. The title of the whole article, here "Creating, Editing and formatting articles" appears just below your chosen page title.

Note also that the title appears at the bottom of the previous page as a link, so at the bottom of the previous page is "Next page: multi-page articles"

Because the next page has no title, the link here is just "Continued on next page"

Creative Commons Licence [Some Rights Reserved]   Text © Copyright July 2008, David Hawgood; licensed for reuse under a Creative Commons Licence.
With contributions by Barry Hunter and Peter Facey. (details)

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