Please use these consistent ways of formatting text and other elements within an article:
PAGE CONTENT TYPES
Use the edit function for this page to cut the html code for the following headings and then paste the code at the top of each page.
"I was there..."
SOURCES FOR TEXT
by James Sobredo, Fall 1997, excerpted from "From Manila Bay to Daly City: Filipinos in San Francisco" in Reclaiming San Francisco: History, Politics, and Culture, A City Lights Anthology
by Pete Holloran
Pages consist of a photo, or series of photos, and text, with optional video and audio. Please limit the size of your imported photos or images to around 452x720 pixels or around 95 KB. Use two brackets on either side of photo name, i.e. Image:PHOTO NAME HERE.jpg.
CAPTIONS FOR IMAGES
Please make captions bold and photo credits in italics. Include text for captions immediately below image file name.
The International Hotel on Kearny Street was the last part of Manilatown.
Photo: Eddie Foronda
Presidio clarkia (Clarkia franciscana)
Image: Margo Bors
Haight & Clayton: 1994
Photo: Private Collection, San Francisco, CA
if photos come from the SF Library use this language:
Photo: San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library
FORMAT FOR ARTICLE SUMMARIES
Enclose your two - three sentence description of long articles in a goldenrod box by using the following format:
|Summary goes here…|
Add one bracket around video source with title to be hyperlinked immediately following
Please include videos at end of article, above Prev. Document Next Document
To be included at end of article, after the Prev. Document Next Document navigation links
Semicolon goes between double brackets. or (You can see at the bottom of this page how they will appear.)
Please list the main category first
Main Categories will fall within one of these areas:
+ Time (Decade or special year)
+ Themes (like Labor, Dissent, Power and Money, etc.)
+ Population/People (like Filipino, Latino, etc.)