Master_Cylinder wrote:The subject is supposed to be a summary of the topic/post.
Uhm... Maybe there is a problem of word translation or misinterpretation that doesn't match my concept of "summary".
I'll explicate here the concept:
For "summary" I do not mean a "brief" or "subject" of the post/topic, but instead a list of titles
of sub sections. Every item of that list is linked to the relative "chapter" of the topic itself, something like an index of a book that shows the page of the book where that chapter of the book starts. But as I mean it, an index is usually placed at the end
of the book. A summary instead is placed before
the starting of the book itself. At the same manner for summary I mean: a list of links at the start of the page of the topic that a user can click to go instantly to the relative "chapter" or paragraph or article into the same topic or post.
In my example I linked in my previous post, the topic is the site general informative document and rules of the web site/forum. Inside there are more subsection or chapters or articles etc. The summary/index gets and lists the titles of these sections and articles in one place at once. So users can click in one item of the list and jump directly to the linked section.
MS Word has a similar function that automatically "grabs" every title formated in a certain manner and put it into the list. But Word has an index function too that does a similar job.
Hope now it is more clear my concept of "Summary" that in brief is just a list of "chapters"