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|ToC and introductory comments||1||20:40, 28 January 2012|
Table of Contents normally displays as required if there are three or more headings in the page. The statement __TOC__ can be used to force it to display in a different place, or if the page has fewer headings.
Our translators ask that wherever possible we don't use introductory text before a heading - instead, using == Introduction == if necessary. They don't seem to mind taking the attribution line as part of the page title message, though. I'm not sure that the Intro heading would look right on this page, so I'm leaving it to you to decide what you want to do about it.
We use <menuchoice></menuchoice> tag pairs for anywhere that the user has to make a decision, whether it is strictly a menu choice, radio button, checkbox, or whatever :-)
Did we get permission for this? Are you the author of the original blog?