H1 Title for reference

This is a template for a reference topic. Use a noun phrase for reference topics in H1 heading style. The title should identify that the topic includes supplemental, reference information. For example: Keyboard shortcut keys, Database monitoring commands, CLI Configuration window etc.

A few sentences go here to describe what the reference topic is about. Often, a reference topic is a table, but it could be a bulleted list, or a figure, or something else appropriate.

Here is an example of a reference table:

Table 4.  Maintenance menu items

Settings Menu

Task

Software updates

Upgrade, configure, and manage software versions.

ul.tablebulletlist

  • Here is an example of the tablebulletlist style.
  • Here is an example of the tablebulletlist style.
  • Here is an example of the tablebulletlist style.
  • Here is an example of the tablebulletlist style.

ol.tablenumberedlist

  1. Here is an example of the tablenumberedlist style.
  2. Here is an example of the tablenumberedlist style.
  3. Here is an example of the tablenumberedlist style.
  4. Here is an example of the tablenumberedlist style.

Clear Configuration

Clear unsaved configuration settings and return to the default configuration

System Storage

Monitor disk storage availability

While on the subject of tables, the paragraph type p.TableTitleNoNumber allows you to create a table with a title but with not "Table X:". I use this in the Derived Credential Guides to indicate for every task the provider and OS it applies to.

Figure 1. Applicable derived credential providers and device platforms <Do not use for any other book>

Derived credential providers

Entrust

Device platforms

iOS, Android

This is a template for a reference topic. Use a noun phrase for reference topics in H1 heading style. The title should identify that the topic includes supplemental, reference information. For example: Keyboard shortcut keys, Database monitoring commands, CLI Configuration window etc.

  • This is a list with div.keep_together applied to the whole list. Now the list won't break across pages.
  • List 2
  • List 3
  • List 4