Try to keep a consistent style between all your local WWW pages. One solution to this is to have a template file, which is copied for creating new pages. Suggestion: Use this template, residing in the /docs directory (don't use view source - go to the file!) when creating your HEASARC pages.

The title & heading have to be filled in appropriately. It should identify the content of the document in a fairly wide context.

Use of the virtual include statement is encouraged because it enhances consistency; and if you want to change page headers and footers, you only have to edit those two files.

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