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Bold and Italic tags can be nested within each other, and may contain links. {{{**[[link]]**}}} will create a bold link. In the case of nesting errors, Oddmuse will try to close as many tags as possible. {{{**//bold and italic**//foo}}} will therefore print foo in italic, as the second {{{**}}} will close both {{**}} and {{//}}.
Bold and Italic tags can be nested within each other, and may contain links. {{{**[[link]]**}}} will create a bold link. In the case of nesting errors, Oddmuse will try to close as many tags as possible. {{{**//bold and italic**//foo}}} will therefore print foo in italic, as the second {{{**}}} will close both {{**}} and {{//}}. Bold and Italic may span lines but not paragraphs.
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Headings: {{{==}}} will create H2 headings. Users therefore cannot create H1 headings on a page. The page title is the only H1. Headings allow nested markup and end at the first newline. Therefore {{{== [[link]]}}} will create a link inside a heading. Trailing equal signs inside a heading will be eaten silently. Therefore {{{== foo ====}}} will create a heading "foo" where as {{{== foo != bar}}} will create a heading "foo != bar".
Headings: {{{==}}} will create H2 headings. Users therefore cannot create H1 headings on a page. The page title is the only H1. Headings allow nested markup and end at the first newline. They may not span lines. Therefore {{{== [[link]]}}} will create a link inside a heading. Trailing equal signs inside a heading will be eaten silently. Therefore {{{== foo ====}}} will create a heading "foo" where as {{{== foo != bar}}} will create a heading "foo != bar".
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Preformatted and nowiki: As suggested by Janne, three opening braces at the beginning of a line will open a pre element, whereas three opening braces elsewhere will open a span element. This will usually not be monospaced, unlike pre, code, or tt elements!
Preformatted and nowiki: As suggested by Janne, three opening braces at the beginning of a line will open a pre element (preformatted), whereas three opening braces elsewhere will open a span element (unprocessed). This will usually not be monospaced, unlike pre, code, or tt elements! Both preformatted and unprocessed sections may contain empty lines. For unprocessed sections, these newlines will not be shown by the browser, obviously.
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28 26-Sep-2007 09:42 3.555 kB ChuckSmith to previous restore
27 26-Sep-2007 01:20 3.598 kB 194.9.85.141 to previous | to last
26 26-Sep-2007 01:19 3.589 kB 161.200.255.162 to previous | to last
25 26-Sep-2007 01:18 3.578 kB 63.241.9.240 to previous | to last
24 26-Sep-2007 01:17 3.564 kB 222.66.48.253 to previous | to last
23 08-Sep-2006 22:36 3.555 kB Alex Schröder to previous | to last Headings no longer allow nested markup, no do they require a
22 08-Sep-2006 22:34 3.945 kB Alex Schröder to previous | to last mixed lists result in invalid XHTML
21 07-Sep-2006 03:50 3.895 kB Alex Schröder to previous | to last [[page|name]] and not [[page | name]]
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