As mentioned on the previous page, pages are ordered alphabetically by their source filenames. This ordering also affects the Contents listing that appears below every page.
Pamflet uses HTML ordered lists for Contents. In the default stylesheet, the top-level contents list is made of simple numbers. There is one quirk of the structure that may be surprising: The first markdown source found in a directory is not placed in the same list as the other sources. The title page described in the previous example would not appear with any number at all. Given the following directory:
docs/ 00.markdown 01.markdown 02.markdown
The Contents will appear in this manner, with the actual names and links derived from the first header found in each page:
<00.markdown> 1. <01.markdown> 2. <02.markdown>
For this reason, we consider the title page to be the zeroth page and typically name it as such.