Regarding derivative styles (Genwakai, Ryounkai, Keneikai, Seidokai)
Each derivative style has a top-level heading, which directs to its own article with a simple sentence. Wouldn't it be more clean to have one top heading, for example named "Derivative styles/schools", which follows by listing or just naming the mentioned styles while linking to the mentioned article?
- Sounds like a good idea as it would make it easier to read when the info is consolidated in sections perhaps with a short introduction to each of the derivative styles with further details available on its own page. Peter Lee (talk) 18:46, 28 November 2020 (UTC)
External Links & (Re)sources/References
The article shows "External Links" as a second level heading. Shouldn't this be a top level heading?
May I suggest in this case another lay-out?
Top heading: Source(s)
Level 2 heading: Literature
Level 2 heading: External Links
Or would there be a better lay-out with regards citing and referring references/sources?