Last modified: 2007-02-18 00:54:45 UTC
Ok, this is just a small suggestion, but would allow people use the smaller
Very few people use the biggest header (like in =title=) and the smaller headers
(like in =====section=====) and even some mediawiki projects suggest not use it.
In fact only 2 headers are really useful: ==header2== and ===header3===
The reason, I believe, is that the =1st header= get confused with the ==2nd
header== and the smaller ones get confused with the ===3rd header=== and '''bold
Although they aren't used, hierarchical headers are useful (or should be),
specially in wikimedia.
So I suggest a small but relevant change in rendering to put the smaller titles
in (a little more) evidence. I have some ideas.
- use a small indentation in all sections of smaller headers (beginning in the
- underline smaller headers (in the same way of bigger headers), beginning in
the ===3rd header=== , and indent it (the line) to not get confused with the
- put a number (as in "126.96.36.199 4th header") in the headers
What do you mean by putting a number in the headers?
Switch on numbered headings in user preferences.
Changes to style will probably not be made to existing skins without compelling