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Chemistry LibreTexts

5.2: Accessing Meta Information Settings

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  • Page Classifications

    Each page on the LibreTexts has a classification, which can be view via the Page Settings expandable 

    Figure \(\PageIndex{1}\): Page Settings collapsed on a chemistry page.

    The page settings can be expanded or collapsed via the "plus" button on the top.

    Figure \(\PageIndex{2}\): Page Settings expanded on a chemistry page. Page classification is indicated via the red arrow (Chapter in this case).

    The settings vary slightly with the library, with STEM libraries being somewhat richer with computational apps but here is the social sciences library version

     

    You can insert a small picture in the Thumbnail and a couple of tweets worth of text in the Summary. These will be displayed in the guide.Most of the other pull down menus are self explanatory. The article type allows you to change the type of the article between book, chapter or page. Be careful with this it can seriously mess up the directory system in your book. 

    Show TOC should only be used for pages or sections with content not for chapters or books.  It displays a small table of contents at the top of the page which can be folded up or expanded as shown below

    Show TOC should only be used for pages or sections with content not for chapters or books.  It displays a small table of contents at the top of the page which can be folded up or expanded as shown below

     

    If you mess up, you can always find the page you called a chapter, or the chapter you named as a page by clicking on the small folder at the top of the blue bar. Then you can go to there and change the article type in the Page Settings

    Show Cover Page generates a small folder at the top of the blue bar clicking on which 

     

    There is a lot more in the complete Construction Guide and on the LibreTexts YouTube Channel but this should get your started

     

     

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