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This is how the article’s title appears in the table of contents for reading view and native app. (Note: editing article titles will not alter the table of contents in the replica version, which can only be modified with the Issue Editor.)
Choose which template should be applied to the article. The standard templates are: default, advertisement, cover, floated images, hero image, gallery.
The article page order – All pages in the issue that are associated with this article. They are based on the sequential PDF page numbers, so they may not match the printed folio numbers. This is used for issue navigation, linking, view switching, search and other issue related features.
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A tool that will run a check on your article to assess WCAG compliance. If there are any issues, they will be highlighted in yellow. Click on the detailed list to see them in a new window. This automated check is not able to check against all criteria, but it will check against simple things like alt text for images.
Manage article thumbnails, which appear in the table of contents. More details here.
Edit the excerpt, which will appear in the table of contents in reading view and in native app, and well as any article modules in the library. It is also used for the SEO description meta tag. The amount of text that will be visible in the table of contents varies depending on the presence and size of a thumbnail image.
Edit the body of the article. More details here.