20ba4b2f959d — Quintillus 2 years ago
Forward-compatibility improvements.  Java 14 cares about having an h1 before an h3, so switching to h1.  Not sure I like this, and might switch it to <b> or <em> or something like that instead.
1 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

M src/main/javadoc/overview.html
M src/main/javadoc/overview.html +3 -3
@@ 1,7 1,7 @@ 
 <body>
 	<p>JImageReader is a reader for various image formats, with a focus on uncommon ones.  It converts these into AWT BufferedImages, which can then be viewed in your favorite Java image program.  For some formats, it also supports the service provider interface (SPI) that ImageIO uses, and it also supports exporting images to the BMP format, allowing conversion to a commonly supported format.</p>
 	
-	<h3>Formats</h3>
+	<h1>Formats</h1>
 	<p>A variety of formats are supported, all natively in Java, although not all support all variants of the format.  These formats are:</p>
 	<ul>
 		<li>Windows and OS/2 Bitmap (BMP)</li>

          
@@ 18,7 18,7 @@ 
 	<p>See the Wiki, and the JavaDocs for each format, for details of which variants of these formats are supported</p>
 	<p>Note that Sun Icon is not related to the much more common Windows Icon format, which is not supported.</p>
 	
-	<h3>Use</h3>
+	<h1>Use</h1>
 	<p>The various image readers can be used directly, if the format of a file is known, such as the following:</p>
 	<pre>
 JImageReader reader = new EggPaintReader("eggPaintImage.trp");

          
@@ 41,6 41,6 @@ BufferedImage image = ImageIO.read(new F
 	</ul>
 	<p>Note that they only support variants of the images which they have support for; see format-specific documentation for which variants of those formats are supported.</p>
 	
-	<h3>Additional Documentation</h3>
+	<h1>Additional Documentation</h1>
 	<p>In addition to this JavaDoc documentation, a wiki is available <a href="https://git.sr.ht/~adj/jimagereader-wiki/tree/wiki/index.md">here</a>, which describes specifics of image support (in particular, varieties of images formats) in more detail than the JavaDocs.</p>
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