deeper - 6:11 pm on Jul 30, 2013 (gmt 0)
Because of several reasons I#d prefer not to split up the pages which indeed are very long, about six monitor heights.
I think about make parts of it "expandable", not visible at once.
First paragraphs may be teasing AND visually outstanding. Wouldn't this be the best way? Furthermore people know what teasers are and their boldness. I'd like to fulfill this knowledge and expectation. User should think "Hey, this bold paragraph is a teaser which summarizes the following chapter. I know this from decent sources like my favorite newspaper and blogs."
JD_Toims: Thanks, sometimes things are TOO near to see them. So <b> is proper.
A teaser is a summary of the chapter or the whole article and it is placed on the beginning of it. Therefore strong for tagging important text could be o.k. too?