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 Version numbers and mission author details should really be kept to the //​ReadMe.txt//​ file, but many authors choose to include this information within the overview for reference. Version numbers and mission author details should really be kept to the //​ReadMe.txt//​ file, but many authors choose to include this information within the overview for reference.
    
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 ====== ​ Anatomy of the overview.html ====== ====== ​ Anatomy of the overview.html ======
  
-<​code>​+<​code ​html>
  <​html><​br>​  <​html><​br>​
  <​head><​title>​Overview or anything you like or nothing at all</​title></​head><​br>​  <​head><​title>​Overview or anything you like or nothing at all</​title></​head><​br>​
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 The three displayed elements of this html are The three displayed elements of this html are
  
-  * A centred ​title+  * A centered ​title
   * A centered picture   * A centered picture
   * One or more sentence descriptions   * One or more sentence descriptions
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 The title of the overview (not the html <​title>​ above, the name of the mission this overview represents) comes from one of two sources: The title of the overview (not the html <​title>​ above, the name of the mission this overview represents) comes from one of two sources:
  
-* The filename ​of the mission folder will be displayed. Eg Apples.Pbo.Cain OR+* The file name of the mission folder will be displayed. Eg Apples.Pbo.Cain OR
 * The briefingName= contained in the //​mission.sqm//​ of the mission folder, written as follows: * The briefingName= contained in the //​mission.sqm//​ of the mission folder, written as follows:
  
-<​code>​+<​code ​cpp>
  class Intel  class Intel
  {  {
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-It would be rare for you to want the mission ​filename ​to be displayed. In order to work '​correctly'​+It would be rare for you to want the mission ​file name to be displayed. In order to work '​correctly'​
  
   * the briefingName= must exist   * the briefingName= must exist
-  * the briefingName= must be different to the filename.+  * the briefingName= must be different to the file name.
  
 There is a "​bug"​ in OFP, in that if the briefing name is identical to the primary name of the mission folder the mission folder is displayed. ​ There is a "​bug"​ in OFP, in that if the briefing name is identical to the primary name of the mission folder the mission folder is displayed. ​
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 **Example:​** folder name apples.cain (or apples.pbo.cain) **Example:​** folder name apples.cain (or apples.pbo.cain)
  
-<​code>​ +<​code ​cpp
- ​breifingName="​apples";​ results in the briefing name effectively being ignored. For this reason, you will often see+ ​breifingName="​apples"; ​//results in the briefing name effectively being ignored. For this reason, you will often see
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-<​code>​ +<​code ​cpp
- ​breifingName="​apples "; (a space is added to force correct display)+ ​breifingName="​apples "; ​//(a space is added to force correct display)
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
 Or, the name of the folder containing the mission has underlines or some other device to make it different. Or, the name of the folder containing the mission has underlines or some other device to make it different.
  
-**Note:​** ​Filename ​title is also displayed as a diagnostic aid if you use cheat sequence -campaign.+**Note:​** ​File name title is also displayed as a diagnostic aid if you use cheat sequence -campaign.
  
 **Pictures** **Pictures**
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Many simple HTML tags will work in the [[ofp:​missions:​briefing.html|briefing.html]] or //​overview.html//​. For an added touch of professionalism, ​centre ​your text by adding the following above your main body of description.+Many simple HTML tags will work in the [[ofp:​missions:​briefing.html|briefing.html]] or //​overview.html//​. For an added touch of professionalism, ​center ​your text by adding the following above your main body of description.
  
-<​code>​+<​code ​html>
  < p align="​center"​ >  < p align="​center"​ >
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
 A tutorial for creating mission pictures is available Overview Picture. A tutorial for creating mission pictures is available Overview Picture.
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 ====== See Also ====== ====== See Also ======
  
 [[ofp:​missions:​briefing.html|briefing.html]] [[ofp:​missions:​briefing.html|briefing.html]]
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-====== Resources ====== 
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-[[http://​www.flashpoint1985.com/​index2.html|BI]] has a few tools to get you started. 
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