PMG Blank Chapter Template

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Instructions: Use the Edit tab to copy the code of this page.

Page section 1 Header. Copy code to produce this table on the top of the page.

Page Information
Date initiated Month Year (The history log records each time a person contributes, don't add additional dates here).
Contributors Luisa Casella, Amanda Maloney, Alejandra Mendoza, alphabetical by last name, separated by commas


Page section 2 Table of Contents.

Page section 3 Body of Page.
The following examples of section headings propose a general structure guide for the PMG Wiki pages. Please decide on the section headings that best serve the information on your page and use the Heading Tool to rank your Sections (Levels 2 to 5). This creates a page hierarchy; and generates and updates the Table of Contents automatically.

Purpose of (Topic) - use Heading Level 2

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Factors to Consider Before/Concerning (Topic) - use Heading Level 2

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Techniques or Approaches - use Heading Level 2

Add text here. When citing references that are used in the body of the page, use the built-in reference style of the wiki. This allows the wiki software to automatically generate a properly-numbered list of references at the end of the page.
The correct way to use citations correctly is this.[1].

Sub Sections - use Heading Level 3

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Sub Sections - use Heading Level 4

Add text here. If you want to add another reference: [2].

Guidelines and Recommendations - use Heading Level 2

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References - use Heading Level 2

References will appear automatically in this section if you use the code for references explained above. The only thing you need to type here is:

  1. Stulik, Dusan C. and Art Kaplan. 2013. The Atlas of Analytical Signatures of Photographic Processes. Los Angeles: The Getty Conservation Institute.
  2. Last name, Name and Name Last name. YYYY. Book Title. Place: Editor.

Further Reading - use Heading Level 2

Use this section to include other resources that contain information on your page's topic which you have not referenced already in the previous section.

Page section 4 Copyright Banner.

Copyright 2020. Photographic Materials Group Wiki is a publication of the Photographic Materials Group of the American Institute for Conservation. It is published as a convenience for the members of thePhotographic Materials Group. Publication does not endorse nor recommend any treatments, methods, or techniques described herein. Please follow AIC's guidelines for citing wiki content, keeping in mind that it is a work in progress and is frequently updated.


Page section 5 Back to. Always add the option to go back to the Photographic Materials Main Page. Add other pages relevant to your content.

Back to Photographic Materials Main Page

Page section 6 Category tags. Add Category tags including the Photographic Materials tag and others relevant to your page that you can find at Categories List Page