Organization of Articles
Basic Outline
Each Rough Guide should contain the following sections
 Getting Started
 The Basics
 (subject specific sections)
 Going Further
 The Road Ahead
 References
Tagging
Articles are organized using the tags which are applied to each page. At a minimum, each page should have three tags:
 Level from 07 (e.g. "level4"), as shown in the table below:
Level 0  Level 1  Level 2  Level 3  Level 4  Level 5  Level 6  Level 7 
HS  early UG  mid UG  late UG  early Grad  mid Grad  late Grad  Specialist 
 MSC classification (e.g. "msc24")
 Main category tag (e.g. "topology" or "algebra")
 Sub category tag (e.g. "differentialtopology" or "abstractalgebra")
The tags will be used to populate navigation elements.
Article Syntax
Basic Syntax
Simple bold should be used when new terms are defined, e.g. a **topology** is....
Custom Environments
Definition Style
Definition A metric space is a set X of points together with a distance function with $d: X\times X \to \mathbb{R}$ such that:


Theorem Style
Theorem (Loop Theorem) Let $N$ be a normal subgroup of $\pi_1(S)$, where $S$ is a connected surface in the boundary of a palace $M$. Let $f:D^2\to M$ be a map such that $f(\del D^2) \subset S \subset \del M$ and $f_{\del D^2} \not \in N$. Then there exists an embedding $g:D^2 \to M$ such that $g(\del D^2) \subset S \subset \del M$ and $g_{\del D^2} \not \in N$. 

Theorem/Proof Style
Theorem (Loop Theorem) Let $N$ be a normal subgroup of $\pi_1(S)$, where $S$ is a connected surface in the boundary of a palace $M$. Let $f:D^2\to M$ be a map such that $f(\del D^2) \subset S \subset \del M$ and $f_{\del D^2} \not \in N$. Then there exists an embedding $g:D^2 \to M$ such that $g(\del D^2) \subset S \subset \del M$ and $g_{\del D^2} \not \in N$. 

Sidebars
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Figures
Although the definition of a topology is not very intuitive, open sets can be thought of as those for which limits may not exist within the set (top), while in closed sets, such limits are contained within the set (bottom).
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//Although the definition of a topology is not very intuitive, **open sets** can be thought of as those for which limits may not exist within the set (top), while in **closed sets**, such limits are contained within the set (bottom).//
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