Character formatting extends across line breaks: **bold,
this is still bold. This line deliberately does not end in star-star.

{{{yo}}}

//italic
able//

|cell1|   |   
|  |cell4|   
|  |{{}}   |   


This behavior of the CreolePageFilter is actually wrong: Leading whitespaces should be ignored: 
 
 ---- 
TestingTesting 
 
 
{{{ {{{ ~}}} ~ }}} 
 
---- 
What about a simple table like this? 
{{{
{{{csv: 
Head1,Head2 
0,1 
1,2 
3,4 
}}} 
}}}

Looks strange
* item1
** item2
* item3
*** item4
*** item5
** item6

 
---- 
 
[[Euphoria|Euphoria]] 
//super 
test// 

==Line Ends Preserved within Paragraphs?==

Trying to see what the statement about line ends being preserved within paragraphs really means. So, typing a medium size paragraph, then will insert a line end (and extra word) without a blank line following. This paragraph is without an "internal" line end. 

Trying to see what the statement about line ends being preserved within paragraphs really means. So, typing a medium size paragraph, then will insert a line end (and extra word) without a blank line following.
This paragraph has an extra line end after the period in the previous sentence. Let's see if there is a difference in rendering.

Well, no difference at my current page width (at least in the preview)--on at least the preview, the line is rendered like:

{{{following. This paragraph has an extra ...}}}

But, on one save, it came out approximately like (approximately to imply that both lines ended near the right margin):

{{{.............. ...following. 
This paragraph has an extra ...}}}

Need to insert an extra word in both paragraphs and see if it makes a difference. **Done:** and it still doesn't look like the line end is preserved, so I guess I don't know what someone is trying to say (or is there a bug?). 

==List Subitem Rendering==

Now I want to see what the HTML looks like for a list with a subitem, and how deep can I nest lists.

# item 1
# item 2
## subitem of item 2
# item 3
## subitem of item 3
### 3rd level
#### 4th level
##### 5th level
###### 6th level
####### 7th level (because 6 worked)

The HTML is like a new list started within the "parent" item (new <ol> </ol>).

==Heading Levels==

How deep do the heading levels nest?

Is there a way to get H1, H5, and H6?

Aside: Note that an equal sign in the text of these headings is not rendered (One equal sign=H2)--maybe it would with spaces around it?  Nope, and now I see/understand more of the problem--looks like this wiki finds the first = sign in the heading and interprets it as the closing markup (that's why other equal signs are rendered at the end of the headings.

Aside: I like some of what I see in this wiki--the rendering is "clean" and fast.  Would have to look harder to see if it has all the features I want, but not even sure if a wiki is still in my plans (for askRhk).

=One equal sign = H2=
==Two equal signs=H2==
===Three equal signs=H3===
====Four equal signs=H4====
=====Five equal signs=====
======Six equal signs======

{{{ kamikaze
test
yo }}}

hello {{{ 1 2 3
4 5 6 }}}
//kamikaze
yoyoyo//

**this is
bold**