Formatting Guide

Formatting can play a big part in making readers more interested in your articles. Good formatting is a great asset, and this guide will cover everything from the basics and essentials to introductory CSS styling.

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Article Formats

Basic Article Templates

[[include component:rate]]



**Registered Phenomena Code:** XXX

**Object Class:**

**Threat Level:**

**Hazard Types:**

**Enclosure Protocols:** [Paragraphs explaining the procedures]

**Description:** [Paragraphs explaining the description]

**Addendum:** and/or **Discovery:** [Optional additional paragraphs]


<< [[[AN-XXX]]] | AN-XXX | [[[AN-XXX]]] >>

Put in the links to the previous and next article here ^

Example of what the navigation at the end should look like:

« AN-001 | AN-002 | AN-003 »

Interview Template

> **Interviewed:** [The person, persons, or RPC being interviewed]
> **Interviewer:** [Interviewer, can be blocked out using █]
> **Foreword:** [Small passage describing the interview]
> **<Begin Log, [optional time info]>**
> **Interviewer:** [speech]
> **Person:** [speech]
> [Repeat as necessary]
> **<End Log, [optional time info]>**
> **Closing Statement:** [Small summary and passage on what transpired afterward]

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