h3. is shorthand for Header 3 – the largest header we use for titles within the story1, usually for chapter titles. It shows up in the Times font instead of the Verdana we use for ordinary paragraph text. The HTML equivalent is <h3>...</h3>.

The lowest level header is Header 5 (h5. or <h5>), This header shows up italic and is used mainly for notes at the start of new sections, such as “One week later…” or “Meanwhile, elsewhere”.

There is also a Header 4 (h4. or <h4>) used for sub-titles, and shows up bold. This heading is not used in this story.

1 For the curious amongst us: