Caution callout boxes
Use a caution callout box to provide critical information that a user can't reverse if they continue with the task.
Use caution callout boxes in the following situations:
- To warn a user of data loss
- To warn a user that an action can corrupt their data
- To let a user know that there's a consequence they can't reverse
- To tell a user to back up their data before they continue
Before using caution callout boxes, see Best practices for using callout boxes.
See the following example of a caution callout box:
Always use new instances. The process of adding an instance to a search head cluster overwrites any configurations or apps currently on the instance.
Note callout boxes
Using numbers in text
This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Style Guide: current