As you read articles in this knowledge base, different formatting may be used to convey information beyond the plain text.
A key on the keyboard is shown in a square box, for example
Press Tab to navigate between form fields
Like individual keys, combinations of keystrokes are represented in square boxes, for example
Press Shift-Enter to insert a line break.
text found in the CMS interface
Titles, words, and phrases in the interface are shown in bold style, for example
Check the Index checkbox to include the content element in section indices.
button/link in the CMS interface (or related pop-up windows)
Clickable buttons that you should left mouse-click in the interface are shown in this style, for example
Click the Save button to apply changes to your user preferences
Except when the button is a graphic, in which case the button graphic itself will be shown, as appropriate.
Additional text styles are employed to bring your attention to noteworthy or important information, for example
Note: There are several other ways to create a new page, but for the sake of simplicity, only the basic method is shown here.
Tip: Selecting the save-and-create new button instead of save-and-close will automatically open up another content element of the same type. If you plan to create another content element immediately, this will save you time.
Warning: Content elements do not automatically save during editing. If you click another area of TYPO3 outside of the content editing frame, you will lose any unsaved work.