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Presets:


Type Name Sample Rendering
T strong
**hello**

hello

__hello__

hello

T italic
*hello*

hello

_hello_

hello

T

http://example.com/

email@example.com

[an hypertext link](http://example.com/ "Optional link title")

an hypertext link

T anchor
## title with anchor {#anchor}

some text

a link to [declared anchor](#anchor)

title with anchor {#anchor}

some text

a link to declared anchor

T code
`function()`

function()

T image
![Alt text](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5a/Wikipedia-logo-v2-fr.png "Optional image title")

Alt text

T abbreviation
A paragraph with the word HTML.

*[HTML]: Hyper-Text Markup Language

A paragraph with the word HTML.

*[HTML]: Hyper-Text Markup Language

T headers
my title level 1
================

my title level 2
----------------

### my title level 3

my title level 1

my title level 2

my title level 3

# my title level 1
### my title level 3

my title level 1

my title level 3

T horizontal-rule
----

****

____

B blockquote
> This is my blockquote
  and a second line ...

This is my blockquote and a second line ...

> (http://source.com) This is my blockquote
  and a second line ...

(http://source.com) This is my blockquote and a second line ...

B pre-formated
    // this is my 'pre' block
    $var = val_fct();
    html tags are escaped
// this is my 'pre' block
$var = val_fct();
html <strong>tags</strong> are escaped
~~~~
My code here
~~~~
My code here
~~~~html
My code here
~~~~
My code here
B definitions-list
Word
:   Definition content (first one)
    with a two-lines text

:   Second definition for this term...

Word : Definition content (first one) with a two-lines text

: Second definition for this term...

B unordered-list
-   first item
-   second item
  • first item
  • second item
+   first item
+   second item
  • first item
  • second item
*   first item
*   second item
  • first item
  • second item
B ordered-list
1.   first item
1.   second item
  1. first item
  2. second item
B paragraph
This is my first paragraph.

And this is my second,
on two lines ...

This is my first paragraph.

And this is my second, on two lines ...

B table
[table caption]
| First Header  | Second Header | Third Header |
| ------------- | ------------: | :----------: |
| Content Cell  | Content right-aligned | Content center-aligned |
| Content Cell  | Content on two columns ||

[table caption] | First Header | Second Header | Third Header | | ------------- | ------------: | :----------: | | Content Cell | Content right-aligned | Content center-aligned | | Content Cell | Content on two columns ||

B footnote
A paragraph with a footnote[^footnote_one] note.

[^footnote_one]: Footnote content

A paragraph with a footnote[^footnote_one] note.

[^footnote_one]: Footnote content

A paragraph with a referenced glossary term[^myterm] ...

[^myterm]: glossary: the term defined (an optional sort key)
The term definition ... which may be multi-line.

A paragraph with a referenced glossary term[^myterm] ...

[^myterm]: glossary: the term defined (an optional sort key) The term definition ... which may be multi-line.

This is a statement that should be attributed to its source [p. 23][#Doe:2006].

[#Doe:2006]: John Doe. *Some Big Fancy Book*.  Vanity Press, 2006.

This is a statement that should be attributed to its source [p. 23][#Doe:2006].

[#Doe:2006]: John Doe. Some Big Fancy Book. Vanity Press, 2006.

M references
A paragraph with a referenced [hypertext link][myid] and some more text embedding an
image: ![image for the test][myimage].

[myid]: http://example.com/ "Optional link title"        
[myimage]: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5a/Wikipedia-logo-v2-fr.png "Optional image title"

A paragraph with a referenced hypertext link and some more text embedding an image: image for the test.

M escaping
\ backslash

\ backslash

\. dot

. dot

\! exclamation point

! exclamation point

\# hash mark

# hash mark

\* asterisk

* asterisk

\+ plus sign

+ plus sign

\- hyphen

- hyphen

\_ underscore

_ underscore

\` backtick quote

` backtick quote

\(\) parentheses

() parentheses

\[\] brackets

[] brackets

\{\} curly brackets

{} curly brackets

M meta tags
meta-name-1: my value for the meta-tag 1
meta-name-2: my meta-2 value
    on two lines eventually

this is your content after a blank line (we are at the very top of the document)

**parsed version of this sample may not be pertinent (meta data are not dipslayed)**

meta-name-1: my value for the meta-tag 1 meta-name-2: my meta-2 value on two lines eventually

this is your content after a blank line (we are at the very top of the document)

parsed version of this sample may not be pertinent (meta data are not dipslayed)

M inclusion
M raw html
My raw HTML content.
My raw HTML content.
My **raw** HTML content.
My raw HTML content.