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 Markup Examples Page

To see the wiki markup that created this page, click here.

 Headings

 Headings example: This is h1

 Welcome to the examples page! This is h2!

 Welcome to the Sandbox, this is h3!!

 Welcome to the Sandbox, this is h4!!

 Welcome to the Sandbox, this is h5!!
 Welcome to the Sandbox, this is h6!!
A headings will also create an anchor that can be used to find it from the same or another page. For example, toward the bottom of this page is the heading "Creating tables and other html block structures". Entering '[WikiExamples#Creating tables and other html block structures|]' will create a create a clickable link to this heading like this WikiExamples. You could create a more meaningful single word link by entering '[WikiExamples#Creating tables and other html block structures|see the table example]'. It would look like this: see the table example.

Left justified block

Centered block


Right justified block

 Bullet and Numbered Lists

These examples illustrate the use of nested #, * and paragraph break operators to achieve nicely formatted lists without having to deal with a lot of tag complexity
  1. This a numbered list
  2. item two
  3. Item 3

    • Lazarus is an Rapid Application Development (RAD) tool like Delphi. That means it comes with a visual component library and an IDE. The lazarus component library (LCL) is very similar to Delphi's VCL. Most units, classes and properties have the same name and functionality. This makes porting easy. But Lazarus is *not* an 'open source Delphi clone'. So don't expect 100% compatibility.

    • a sub-item with a line break

    • another sub-item
    • hello
    • sub-item with line break

  4. life is strange
  5. no kidding
    • (Life itself
    • can be a subtopic at times)
  6. like this!
  7. A hard line break will terminate the list
  1. 2.1
  2. 2.2
  3. 2.3
    • item 3

 Creating tables and other html block structures

In the event that you really need to create a table or some other function that requires an html tag, start the line with a colon (:) and add the html tag directly after it without a space... like the following example that created the table below:

:table cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" border="1" style="text-align: center; width: 70%;"

Wow!Fantastic!
Hello!Hi!
To see exactly how this table was created, you can view the wiki markup for this page

 Changing font attributes over a block of text

Fonts attributes can also be changed for words or entire documents:
Big Font Test The following description should be very red: Lazarus is an Rapid Application Development (RAD) tool like Delphi. That means it comes with a visual component library and an IDE. The lazarus component library (LCL) is very similar to Delphi's VCL. Most units, classes and properties have the same name and functionality. This makes porting easy. But Lazarus is *not* an 'open source Delphi clone'. So don't expect 100% compatibility. This should be green times roman font This should be blue, strike-through times roman font
Use of inline css directives (!!:) are a better choice for setting individual word attributes.



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