Test the Markdown-Styling
This is just a test file to check, if all the html elements created by the markdown syntax are styled correctly. If you create a new template, please use this page to check your css styling.
This is an ordinary paragraph containing only simple text.
This is an emphasis and this is a bold text. You can use asterixes to create an emphasis or an bold text, too. You can emphasis more than one word, but if you use it in_the_middle_of_the_word, then no emphasis will appear.
We already used some first and second level headlines, but check them in combination of other headlines. Now let us use a
Third Level Headline
This headline is ligthly more decent and should be visibly lower prioritized than a second level headline.
Fourth Level Headline
The fourth level headline will probably not used too often in usual text works, but you should still provide a design for it.
Fifth Level Headline
Yes, this is a really low level headline, probably only used by very scientific works or studies with a deep logical structure.
Sixth Level Headline
Finally a sixth level headline, and yes: This is really really low. But get your brain around it and provide some nice style!
This is an unordered List:
- One Item
- Another Item
- An Item again
This is an ordered List:
- First Item
- Second Item
- Third Item
And this is a definition List:
- Pomaceous fruit of plants of the genus Malus in the family Rosaceae.
- The fruit of an evergreen tree of the genus Citrus.
There always some women and men with wise words
But I usually don't read them, to be honest.
Tables are a feature of Markdown Extra. Tables are not mentioned in the original Markdown specification.
|My Name||For Me|
|Your Name||For You|
This is part of Markdown Extra, too.
The HTML specification is maintained by the W3C.
Let us create some
<?php inlineCode(); ?> and now let us check, if a codeblock works:
<?php $welcome = 'Hello World!'; echo $welcome; ?>