Assign the style “Heading 2” to
the headings in the article
Footnotes need be added manually.
First, add a number in the running text, on the location where the note should
appear. Next, add the same number and the text of the footnote as a separate
paragraph within the section labelled “Notes”. Also add a bookmark to this
footnote using “Insert” > “Links” > Bookmark. In the window that appears,
you are given the possibility to name the bookmark. Finally, move back to the
reference to the note in the running text and add a link using “Insert” > “Links”
> “This Document” > “Bookmarks”
The table in the template can
be used to capture the captions for the image. The table needs to be copied and
pasted for each image that you want to include in the article. The images do not
necessarily need to be added to the document.
Once the full text of the
article is copied into the template, save the document as “Web Page, filtered
(.htm)”. Open the saved file in a web browser (Chrome or FireFox). In the
browser, choose “Save page as …”. Overwrite the existing file. The latter step
is needed because of certain issues in the way in which MS Word saves HTML
Next, open the saved file in a plain
text editor such as notepad, so that you can view the HTML code of the article.
In the code, search for the tag
‘<body>’. Remove this tag, and everything that comes before this tag.
Search for the tag ‘</body>’
(the same tag, but with a forward slash preceding the tag name). Remove this
tag and everything that follows this tag.
Upload all the images that you
want to include in the article to the Media Library of WordPress. This library
can be accessed via https://depthoffield.universiteitleiden.nl/wp-admin/media-new.php