Style Guide

Main title

The main title is usually not part of the document, but is the title of the page in the “Title” field.

Here is the code required:

<h1>Main title</h1>

Section heading

The second level heading usually serves when there are several large sections being discussed.

Here is the code required:

<h2>Section heading</h2>

Blockquotes

Quote blocks usually represent text that is being read to the players.

Either descriptive text or spoken dialogue for NPCs.

Here is the code required:

<blockquote class="npc">
<h3>Blockquotes</h3>
Quote blocks usually represent text that is being read to the players.
<br>
Either descriptive text or spoken dialogue for NPCs.
</blockquote>

Sidebar

A sidebar usually represents a clarification or extension of the rules or some aspect of the story.

It may be optional rules or an optional encounter or event.

Here is the code required:

<blockquote class="sdbr">
<h3>Sidebar</h3>
A sidebar usually represents a clarification or extension of the rules or some aspect of the story.
<br>
It may be optional rules or an optional encounter or event.
</blockquote>

Examples

An example block describes a specific example of a rule or option being discussed in the accompanying text.

Here is the code required:

<blockquote class="ex">
<h3>Examples</h3>
An example block describes a specific example of a rule or option being discussed in the accompanying text.</blockquote>

Level 3 title

Level 3 titles can represent a list of items or things, such as different NPCs or items being described in a section.

Here is the code required:

<h3>Level 3 title</h3>

Level 4 title

Level 4 is for anything smaller than that.

Here is the code required:

<h4>Level 4 title</h4>

Level 5 title

Level 5 gets used only rarely.

Here is the code required:

<h5>Level 5 title</h5>

Horizontal Bar

This is a Horizontal bar to be used for section break up.

Here is the code required:

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