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 ====== header ====== ====== header ======
  
-The <​[[header]]>​+The <​[[header]]> ​element of an <​[[/​xml/​article]]>​ contains all the meta data about it, including the title, author and license information.
  
 <code xml> <code xml>
-    ​<​header>​ +<​header>​ 
-      <​title>​An Article</​title>​ +  <​title>​An Article</​title>​ 
-      <​tagline>​Yagsbook</​tagline>​ +  <​tagline>​Yagsbook</​tagline>​ 
-      <​summary>​ +  <​summary>​ 
-        An example article which a short summary. +    An example article which a short summary. 
-      </​summary>​+  </​summary>​
    
-      ​<​author>​ +  ​<​author>​ 
-        <​fullname>​Samuel Penn</​fullname>​ +    <​fullname>​Samuel Penn</​fullname>​ 
-        <​email>​sam@glendale.org.uk</​email>​ +    <​email>​sam@glendale.org.uk</​email>​ 
-      </​author>​+  </​author>​
    
-      ​<​cvsinfo/>​ +  ​<​cvsinfo/>​ 
-      <​license/>​ +  <​license/>​ 
-    </​header>​+</​header>​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 +
 +===== title =====
 +
 +The title of this article. This is displayed in the header bar of each page.
 +
 +**Examples:​** "Core Rules",​ "​Character",​ "​Bestiary"​ etc
 +
 +===== tagline =====
 +
 +Secondary heading, shown in the footer of each page. This is often the name of the rules system. For example, all YAGS articles have a tagline of "​YAGS"​.