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Added docs on 'Articles heading' metadata.

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@@ -4,11 +4,21 @@ Summary: Version 0.9.11 has been released. Nesta now uses Ryan Tomayko's Tilt li
# Nesta 0.9.11 released
-Version 0.9.11 has been released. Nesta now uses Ryan Tomayko's Tilt
-library to manage the rendering of Markdown and Textile files inside
-your `content/pages` folder. That means you can choose which Markdown
-processor is used to render your content. The default processor is now
-RDiscount (in previous versions it was Maruku).
+Version 0.9.11 has been released.
+
+Nesta now uses Ryan Tomayko's Tilt library to manage the rendering of
+Markdown and Textile files inside your `content/pages` folder. That
+means you can choose which Markdown processor is used to render your
+content. The default processor is now RDiscount (in previous versions it
+was Maruku).
+
+Trailing slashes are now stripped off all URLs (see [issue 60][60]).
+
+There is also a new metadata key called 'Articles heading' (see the
+[docs][]).
+
+[60]: https://github.com/gma/nesta/issues/60
+[docs]: /docs/creating-content/metadata-reference#articles_heading
## Upgrading
@@ -34,6 +34,19 @@ heading:
Without further ado, here's a full list of the Nesta metadata.
+## Articles heading
+
+When articles are listed on a category page, Nesta adds a heading above
+the articles based on the category's title (e.g. "Articles on Thing" if
+the category page's main heading is "Thing"). Sometimes prefixing the
+name of a page with "Articles on" just doesn't make sense. If you set
+the 'Articles heading' metadata on the category page, Nesta will allow
+you to override the heading.
+
+Example:
+
+ Articles heading: The blog posts
+
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