Table of Contents
wtfm User's Guide

  1 - Introduction
    1.1 - What is This?
    1.2 - Is Any Python Resource Other Than Python 2.7 Needed?
    1.3 - What Else is Required?
    1.4 - What Problem does it Solve?
    1.5 - How Did wtfm Come Into Existence?
    1.6 - What Will You Need?
    1.7 - For Online Documentation
    1.8 - Document Navigation
    1.9 - wtfm Style Conventions
    1.10 - Pure HTML Files Are Fast
    1.11 - Can't Find What You Need?
    1.12 - The Target Audience
    1.13 - Just a little Friendly Advice
    1.14 - And...
    1.15 - One More Thing
  2 - Setup
    2.1 - Known Working Environment
    2.2 - Installation: Required Files
    2.3 - Optional: Set up your own Preview and Test page
  3 - Configuration and Security
    3.1 - Layered Security
      3.1.1 - Security by Obscurity
      3.1.2 - Non-obvious User Names
      3.1.3 - Non-obvious and Long Passwords
      3.1.4 - IP-restricted Access
      3.1.5 - HTTPS
      3.1.6 - Physical Access
      3.1.7 - Operating System Access
  4 - The Working Environment
    4.1 - Global and Local
      4.1.1 - Global
      4.1.2 - Local
      4.1.3 - Locals in Global Contexts
      4.1.4 - Processing Order
    4.2 - The Forms
      4.2.1 - The Global Styles Form
      4.2.2 - The Project Form
      4.2.3 - The Pages Form
  5 - About aa_macro
    5.1 - aa_macro Basics
    5.2 - aa_macro Documentation
    5.3 - Markdown. On Clearance, Even.
    5.4 - Grindstone, nose to.
  6 - Authoring Style and CSS
    6.1 - The Local Approach
      6.1.1 - The CSS File Approach
  7 - Supplied Includes
    7.1 - html401.dsys
    7.2 - npbar.dsys
      7.2.1 - Modules
        7.2.1.1 - indexmod1.dsys
        7.2.1.2 - notesmod1.dsys
        7.2.1.3 - glossmod1.dsys
        7.2.1.4 - tocmod1.dsys
        7.2.1.5 - figurmod1.dsys
        7.2.1.6 - citesmod1.dsys
  8 - Formatting
    8.1 - [hlit], [vlit] and [slit]
      8.1.1 - [hlit]
      8.1.2 - [vlit]
      8.1.3 - [slit]
    8.2 - Special Variables
    8.3 - Sample Global Styles
    8.4 - Sample Project Styles
    8.5 - Handy Documentation Styles
      8.5.1 - Sub-sub-heading Demo
        8.5.1.1 - Sub-sub-sub-heading Demo
    8.6 - Back to the useful styles
  9 - mousetrap.js
    9.1 - Implementing Keyboard Navigation
  10 - Key Navigation Display
  11 - Debugging
    11.1 - Watch Your Bracing!
      11.1.1 - Parse Tree Display
    11.2 - Make Small Changes, then Rebuild
    11.3 - Test Styles Before Using Them
    11.4 - Use the Syntax Highlighting Tool
  12 - Limits
  13 - Cites
    13.1 - Emoji
  14 - Figures
  15 - Notes
  16 - Flat Index
  17 - Glossary
  18 - Index
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