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level is the nesting depth of the step. Migrate allows for steps to be nested at depths of 1 or 2.


Purpose #

The p.step.informal.command annotation is used to tag an element as being a step containing contextual or other descriptive information. This element can contain multiple steps, a combination of steps and non-procedural information, or both. This is a very casual method of presenting procedural information.

Examples #

The following is an example of a time when you might want to use the p.step.informal.command annotation:

The following is an example of a rule that will apply p.step.informal.command:


The following is an example of the DITA output you would get from this annotation.


<steps-informal><p id=”ID-00000022″>When you declare a variable with let or var, follow the same syntax as above. Using let allows you to reassign the variable at a later point in the code. Only use var when you need to support old browsers.</p></steps-informal>