Style guide and help

Last revised by Dr Daniel J Bell on 30 May 2022

Our style guide is a set of guidelines to help authors write content in a uniform way. This has become increasingly important as the number of contributors has grown. Take a look through the guide and get involved at


In an attempt to unify the look and feel of, we have a style guide. This helps the articles and cases written by a number of authors to maintain consistency. Take a look at these pages to get started.

Articles and cases

Articles and cases are the two main components of content at and work together to become more than the sum of their parts as they are linked together.


Articles are the essence of This is where we link together our collective knowledge to form a meaningful collaboration.

Editing an article is simple, and is quickly explained in the following short video. 

You can also have a bit of a play in our sandbox (test page)

Even better is to review our how to edit articles learning pathway

We have a zero tolerance policy towards plagiarism (copying other people's work) and take a hard line on it, for more detail about this please see:


Good cases are vital for All articles need good images from great cases. But, cases are so much more than just a simple image to demonstrate a single point. 

Creating a case is simple, and is quickly explained in the following short video. 

More info is available starting at the following articles:

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