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test : paragraph <p> insertion A newline is both a plain character that creates a new visual line and, in most cases, a tag that starts a new line-component (see comment about this below under 'page structure').
Logically enough, a newline preceeded by an escape (plain-character) tag becomes a visual newline : it loses its tag function but remains a plain character, thus starting a new visual line without marking the end of the logical line.
  • item1
  • item2
bla bla bla

Welcome to the Jungle, we've got fun and games...

Heading 1#

some bold

That's not an h1 up there...

This is a Heading 1#

another h1 ==== and this?#

and below we have a sub heading...

Sub Heading (h2)#

That should do for now.

jhksjdhfsk dkjs dfsdkj sdjk
== bold and italicsPlugin insertion failed: Image plugin requires the name of an image and cannot be empty.

some bold and italic text not

some italic and bold text not

some bold and italic text 'not

<b>bold</b> ~

This is a pic

Animal Image
Praying mantis
Recumbent Banana http://chidiet.com/images3/banana1.jpg

This is a heading 1#

This is heading 2#

This is heading 3#

  • Bullet 1
  • Bullet 2
  • Bullet 3
    1. Item 1
    2. Item 2
    3. Item 3

This is normal. This is Italic. This is Bold.

This is large heading#

This is medium heading#

  • item 1
  • item 2
  1. item a
  2. item b
item 3
    1. item c

  1. MyTry
    1. MyTry222
  2. sdasldfs
~lkjfl lkjfasdf lflasdf http://www.golden-day.com/guohe/


normal text

heading 2#




  1. One
  2. Two
  3. Three
  1. One
  2. Two
  3. Three

over two lines?



Bold Tests#

An *odd-balanced* example.

An *odd-unbalanced-open example.

An odd-unbalanced-close* example.

An even-balanced example.

An even-unbalanced-open example.

An even-unbalanced-close example.

A bold text
line span closed

A bold text
line span unclosed example

Link Tests#

An internal link to this page WikiCreole:Sandbox.

An example with No InterWiki reference defined in properties for Wiki called "[http"!] characters.

This is bold text This is text

bold and still bold

List Tests#

Mixed List Types#

  1. ordered first
    1. ordered second
unordered second
    1. ordered second

Mixed List Levels#

  1. first level
    1. second level
      1. third level
    2. second level
    3. second level
  2. first level

List Item Escaping#

  1. first
    1. second
## escaped
    1. second
      1. third level item without defined parent lists


1 (expecting 1 - lone tilde)
~ 2 (expecting 1 - escapes a tilde)
~~ 3 (expecting 1 - escapes second tilde and semi-escapes space)
~~~ 4 (expecting 2 - escapes 2nd tilde and 4th tilde)

This has a ~tilde which should show up.
This has a lone tilde which should show up.
This has a tilde before the ~// which shouldn't show up.
This has a tilde inside a URL so it should show up as part of the URL. http://somewhere.com/~tilde.
This has a tilde to escape the link [tilde].
This has two ~ tildes which should show up as only one.
This has a tilde beforea space so shouldn't show up nor escape that space.
This has a tilde at the end of (broken) line\\ so it should escape that markup.
This has a tilde at the end of line so shouldn't show up nor escape that EOL.~

nowiki test: fdgofgenlofgten
  • list item one
    • sub item
  • list item two according to the spec, this should be a new list item at the same level as list item one
and this should still be part of list item two

aaaa bbbbbb ccccccccccc


ho wisthe
jhksjdhfsk dkjsdfsdkjsdjkdfsdfdfsdfdsfsdf

This is a basic paragraph followed by a table.


and more text after that. Interesting that no p tag gets put after the table. There needs to be a separate line.

  1. first item

  1. second item
  2. third item
    1. third dot one
    2. dot two
      1. dot what?
  1. in middle
    1. third what?
  2. forth item

This should be level 1#


This should be level 2#

more text

This should be level 3#

last text

Link's Quote

http://www.google.com http://www.google.com/

Is this a link or not?

Test of numered headings:

  1. = level 1 (number 1)
    1. == level 2 (number (1.1)
    2. == more level 2 (number 1.2)
  2. = another level 1 (number 2)
    1. == level 2 (number 2.1)
      1. === level 3 (number (2.1.1)

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