In the "For IE Users" section of Firefox help the section headers don't match the equivalent contents table entries. Table of Contents: &brandFullName; and Internet Explorer Terminology Differences &brandFullName;'s Features Section Titles: &brandShortName; and Internet Explorer Terminology Differences &brandShortName;'s Features Apologies if this is deliberate.
Created attachment 157064 [details] [diff] [review] also fix loads of broken links Ouch, what a mess.
What about the second mismatch, "Mozilla Firefox Features" (ToC) vs "Firefox Features" (Page Header).
Pike, we're using "Mozilla Firefox" throughout the TOC. "Additionally, use the product's formal name only in topic introduction and more prominent places. Reinforcing branding ("Mozilla Firefox") is preferable for the most visible locations, while shortness ("Firefox") is preferable if possible in other locations for succinctness." http://www.mozilla.org/projects/help-viewer/documentation_language-style.php#voice Checked in br & trunk. I hope I'll not regret not having asked for review, but my time's running out.
I think a ToC item should have the same name as the entry it links to (regardless of any other guidelines) otherwise it's just confusing. Having said that, if you're happy with the current naming then I'll stop complaining since it's a really minor issue. p.s. Thanks for the link, I'm sure I spotted some "click here"s earlier, will try to find them again and file a bug.