TYPEMILL

Markdown Reference and Test Page

Markdown is a simple and universal syntax for text formatting. More and more writers switch to markdown, because they can format their text during the writing process without using any format-buttons. Once they are familiar with the markdown syntax, they can write formatted text much easier and faster than with any standard HTML-editor.

Developers love markdown, because it is much cleaner and saver than HTML. And they can easily convert markdown to a lot of other document formats like HTML and others.

If you develop a theme for TYPEMILL, please take care that all elements on this page are designed properly.

Table of Contents

To create a table of contents, simply write [TOC] in a separate line. It will be replaced with a table of contents like this automatically.

Headlines

Headlines are simply done with hash chars like this:

# First Level Headline
## Second Level Headline
### Third Level Headline
#### Fourth Level Headline
##### Fifth Level Headline
###### Sixth Level Headline

Third Level Headline

A third headline is more decent and lower prioritized than a second level headline.

Fourth Level Headline

A fourth level headline is more decent and lower prioritized than a third level headline.

Fifth Level Headline

A fifth level headline is more decent and lower prioritized than a fourth level headline.

Sixth Level Headline

A sixth level headline is more decent and lower prioritized than a fifths level headline.

Paragraph


A paragraph is a simple text-block separated with a new line above and below.

A paragraph is a simple text-block separated with a new line above and below.

Emphasis

For italic text use one *asterix* or one _underscore_.
For bold text use two **asterix** or two __underscores__.

For italic text use one asterix or one underscore.

For bold text use two asterix or two underscores.

Lists

For an unordered list use a dash

- like 
- this

Or use one asterix

* like
* this

For an ordered list use whatever number you want and add a dot:

1. like
1. this

For an unordered list use a dash

Or use one asterix

For an ordered list use whatever number you want and add a dot:

  1. like
  2. this

Horizontal Rule

Easily created for example with three dashes like this:

---

Easily created for example with three dashes like this:


This is an ordinary [Link](http://typemill.net).

Links can also be [relative](/info).

You can also add a [title](http://typemill.net "typemill").

You can even add [ids or classes](http://typemill.net){#myid .myclass}.

Or you can use a shortcut like http://typemill.net.

This is an ordinary Link.

Links can also be relative.

You can also add a title.

You can even add ids or classes.

Or you can use a shortcut like http://typemill.net.

Images

The same rules as with links, but with a !

![alt-text](/info/markdown.png)

![alt-text](/info/markdown.png "my title")

![alt-text](/info/markdown.png "my title"){#myid .myclass}

The same rules as with links, but with a !

alt-text

alt-text

alt-text

Blockquote

There are always some women and men with wise words

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

There always some women and men with wise words

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

Footnotes

You can write footnotes[^1] with markdown. 

Scroll down to the end of the page[^2] and look for the footnotes.

Add the footnote text at the bottom of the page like this:

[^1]: Thank you for scrolling.
[^2]: This is the end of the page.

You can write footnotes1 with markdown.

Scroll down to the end of the page2 and look for the footnotes.

Abbreviations

*[HTML]: Hyper Text Markup Language

*[W3C]: World Wide Web Consortium

You won't see the abbreviation directly, but if you write HTML or W3C somewhere, then you can see the tooltip with the explanation.

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

Tables

|name       |usage      |
|-----------|-----------|
| My Name   | For Me    |
| Your Name | For You   |
Name Usage
My Name For Me
Your Name For You

Code

Let us create some `<?php inlineCode(); ?>` and now let us check

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

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

Math

Please activate the math-plugin to use mathematical expressions with LaTeX syntax. You can choose between MathJax or the newer KaTeX library. MathJax is included from a CDN, KaTeX is included in the plugin. So if you don't want to fetch code from a CDN, use KaTeX instead. The markdown syntax in TYPEMILL is the same for both libraries.

Use inline LaTeX ``x = \int_{0^1}^1(-b \pm \sqrt{b^2-4ac})/(2a)`` like this.

Use inline LaTeX \(x = \int_{0^1}^1(-b \pm \sqrt{b^2-4ac})/(2a)\) like this.

Or specify latex sytnax for a code-block like this:

​```latex
x = \int_{0^1}^1(-b \pm \sqrt{b^2-4ac})/(2a)
​```

Or specify latex sytnax for a code-block like this:

$$ x = \int_{0^1}^1(-b \pm \sqrt{b^2-4ac})/(2a) $$

Please make sure that all tests run successfully.


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