The following illustrates a three-level hierarchy within a topic.
<chapter>Running the Processor topic text... <s1>Getting Started To run the program, type in the usercode and your password. <s1>Customizing You may now set up this conversion program to change your computer from beige to red. <s2>Configuration Use either the disk drive or the tape drive to archive your files. <s3>Disk Drive Advantages See data sheet for specifications. <s3>Tape Drive Advantages See data sheet for specifications. <s2>Support If you really need help, call technical support.
In the following markup, a section end tag (<\s1>) is used to make the <rsect> section be at the same level in the hierarchy.
<s1>first-level heading text <s1>first-level heading text <\s1> <rsect>first-level heading text In contrast, leaving out the end tag causes the <rsect> section to become a subtopic of the second <s1> section: <s1>first-level heading text <s1>first-level heading text <rsect>second- level heading text