TYPEMILL

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.

Inline Elements

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.

This is a footnote 1. Please check at the end of this file, if two footnotes2 appear.

This is a Link, you can also use a shortcut to create a http://writedown.net without a link text.

Headlines

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!

Lists

This is an unordered List:

This is an ordered List:

  1. First Item
  2. Second Item
  3. Third Item

And this is a definition List:

Apple
Pomaceous fruit of plants of the genus Malus in the family Rosaceae.
Orange
The fruit of an evergreen tree of the genus Citrus.

Blockquote

There always some women and men with wise words

But I usually don't read them, to be honest.

Tables

Tables are a feature of Markdown Extra. Tables are not mentioned in the original Markdown specification.

Name Usage
My Name For Me
Your Name For You

Abbreviations

This is part of Markdown Extra, too.

The HTML specification is maintained by the W3C.

Code

Let us create some <?php inlineCode(); ?> and now let us check, if a codeblock works:

<?php
    $welcome = 'Hello World!';
    echo $welcome;
?>

  1. This is the first footnote 

  2. This is the second footnote