Hi Kym, thanks heaps for that, i will try it out - in case you're interested, I posted on the moodle discussion forum about getting the page to look like the template James made for us - James replied, and left some syntax which should do it. You can find James's reply under the post "editing chapter page".
Just wanted to say thank you for your article recommendation on my discussion page. It's really helped me give a broader scope to my theory section :). Kind reagrds, Jenna. --Qt3141 (discuss • contribs) 02:15, 16 October 2016 (UTC)
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