Standard DITA document format of Concepts, Reference, and Tasks topics.
Non-DITA document format - dropdown dialog boxes, to reduce the complexity and length of some topics.
Relatedness: Links to related topics are located at the bottom of each page.
Hierarchy: Scope and Context labels are used to organize terms and subterms, types and subtypes.
Context is an ontological subset of Scope. These labels may be used together or singly; one does not require the other. A term that has Scope in one instance may be classified as Context in another instance or topic, but not in the same instance or topic.Example:
|Scope: Endpoint Security, Malware||The label in bold with term in italics, indicates a description limited in scope to 'Endpoint Security, Malware'.|
|Context: MobileTrust||The label in bold with term in italics, indicates a description limited in context to MobileTrust within the scope of 'Endpoint Security, Malware'.|
Some syntax and comments have a burgundy font and a distinctive notation.
Syntax on left side ≈ comment on right side in lower case italics
http://example.org/wiki/Main_Page ≈ web resource identified as /wiki/Main_Page represented as an HTML web page, and obtained from an internet host with domain name example.org
|»||Click on a sentence or phrase ending with » to make a dropdown dialog box appear.|