Community Weaver Wiki Guidelines
The heading determines the size of the heading and its level in the table of contents hierarchy. Use headings as you would an outline, with Heading 1 (above) for main sections, then Heading 2 (below) for subsections. In short - use headings similarly to an outline format.
Keep it simple. If you need more than two levels of headings on a page, the page should probably be split into multiple pages.
Leave a space at the beginning and end of the heading text for readability
Use emphasis sparingly. The heading levels already provide two different kinds of emphasis. A page with multiple kinds of emphasis looks jumbled.
List elements should be de-emphasized.
Tip: Use a tip where you might put a warning or a note. A tip is positive and non-threatening. Put tips in italics like this one.
Create a link to an existing page instead of inserting duplicate text.
If the page does not yet exist, create the link as a reminder. The link will be red until the page is created.
A heading should not be made a link--this mixed mode is confusing to the member.
Describe screen elements using words that members will understand. If the screen element is a clickable button, call it a button. If it's a link, call it a link. If it's a text box, call it that.