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 Some notes: Some notes:
   * Both the body element and the .passage element'​s data-tags attribute reflects the tags of the current passage. This was originally used just as a CSS hook, before the advent of tagged stylesheets in version 1.4.0.   * Both the body element and the .passage element'​s data-tags attribute reflects the tags of the current passage. This was originally used just as a CSS hook, before the advent of tagged stylesheets in version 1.4.0.
-  * The .header and .footer ​divs are unused by Twine'​s normal operations, but can be styled in any manner you like. .body.content contains all the rendered HTML of the passage.+  * The #​titleSeparator, ​.header and .footer ​elements ​are unused by Twine'​s normal operations, but can be styled in any manner you like. .body.content contains all the rendered HTML of the passage.
   * #snapback is not present when no passage in the story is [[tag|tagged]] "​bookmark"​.   * #snapback is not present when no passage in the story is [[tag|tagged]] "​bookmark"​.
   * #​snapbackMenu is the floating menu that appears when you use the Rewind button.   * #​snapbackMenu is the floating menu that appears when you use the Rewind button.
   * When a different passage is displayed, a .passage div and its contents (.header, .footer and .content) are recreated anew and inserted into the #passages div.   * When a different passage is displayed, a .passage div and its contents (.header, .footer and .content) are recreated anew and inserted into the #passages div.
   * During transitions,​ the #passages div contains the old passage (which transitions toward the styles assigned to .transition-out) and the new passage (which transitions from the styles assigned to .transition-in)   * During transitions,​ the #passages div contains the old passage (which transitions toward the styles assigned to .transition-out) and the new passage (which transitions from the styles assigned to .transition-in)
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