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   * [[One-Time Setup]]\\ There are a few steps you'll need to complete the first time you use Entwine.   * [[One-Time Setup]]\\ There are a few steps you'll need to complete the first time you use Entwine.
   * [[Setting Up a Project]]\\ How to set up a project folder for use with Entwine.   * [[Setting Up a Project]]\\ How to set up a project folder for use with Entwine.
-  * [[A Simple ​Grunt Task]]\\ An introduction to how Grunt works.+  * [[Understanding ​Grunt]]\\ ​A primer on how Grunt works.
  
-==== +==== How-Tos ​====
  
 Feel free to pick and choose from the sections below according to what seems relevant to your needs. These are written so that they can be read in any order. Feel free to pick and choose from the sections below according to what seems relevant to your needs. These are written so that they can be read in any order.
  
   * [[Combining Several Twine Stories Into One]]\\ If you'd like to segment your story into individual Twine stories.   * [[Combining Several Twine Stories Into One]]\\ If you'd like to segment your story into individual Twine stories.
-  * [[Incorporating External CSS and JavaScript]] +  * [[Incorporating External CSS and JavaScript]]\\ Placing this content into external files. 
-  * [[Working With Images, Video, and Sound]] +  * [[Working With Images, Video, and Sound]]\\ Marshalling these resources into a story. 
-  * [[Publishing A Twine Story As A Desktop App]]+  * [[Publishing A Twine Story As A Desktop App]]\\ Making a standalone application from your Twine story.
  
 <note tip> <note tip>
-This guide assumes you want to use Entwine with Grunt. If you're experienced with shell scripting, it's also possible to use Entwine on the command line by itself. To do this, follow the directions for installing Node in [[One-Time Setup]], then run ''​npm install -g twine-utils''​. After that completes, running ''​entwine %%--%%help''​ will acquaint you with the direct command-line interface, and the [[https://bitbucket.org/​klembot/​grunt-entwine/|Grunt Entwine task's documentation]] also provides more information as to what the options do.+This guide assumes you want to use Entwine with Grunt. If you're experienced with shell scripting, it's also possible to use Entwine on the command line by itself. To do this, follow the directions for installing Node in [[One-Time Setup]], then run ''​npm install -g twine-utils''​. After that completes, running ''​entwine %%--%%help''​ will acquaint you with the direct command-line interface, and the [[https://github.com/​klembot/​grunt-entwine|Grunt Entwine task's documentation]] also provides more information as to what the options do.
  
 There is no Entwine plugin for Gulp or Brunch, which are other popular task runners for Node, and no current plans to create them.  There is no Entwine plugin for Gulp or Brunch, which are other popular task runners for Node, and no current plans to create them. 
 </​note>​ </​note>​
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