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Type whatever you want here: experiment with the Wiki Text Formatting Rules. (I also use this to test some new experimental formatting rules.)

My File Upload

  <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="../../../../css/cbjourstd.css">
body {
   margin: 0;
   width: 100%;
   padding: 10;
   background-color: #9B9999;
   text-align: center;

  <table cellspacing="6" cellpadding="0"><tr><td width="6" bgcolor="lightgrey">&nbsp;</td><td valign="top"><code>
&lt;link rel=&quot;stylesheet&quot; type=&quot;text/css&quot; href=&quot;../../../../css/cbjourstd.css&quot;&gt;<br>
body {<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp; margin: 0;<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp; width: 100%;<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp; padding: 10;<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp; background-color: #9B9999;<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp; text-align: center;<br>

Let's try some tables:

col1 col2 double-cell
val1 val2 center me
some larger test
with '~' linebreaks
  how about a code snippet
embedded in a table cell?

a little table
(or a picture frame)

Now, let's test a link by stepping into the Wiki Sandbox

This is a simple Wiki Simple Test.

first line second line with br tag
third line

now i think i get it
second line
this is how you end lines, use a ~!

you got it dude! - wbd

  • one
  • two
    1. nested one
      1. nested nested one
    2. nested two
  • three


before tilde line
#tilde at beginning of line
#second line
#third line

different, but the same - or at least close enough that the difference doesn't matter much - wbd

Related pages: Wiki Beginners Topics Wiki Text Formatting Rules

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This is a test of the emergency broadcast system. If this had been a real emergency, you would have been invited to the pub.

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This page last edited on 4 April 2004 at 19:01 GMT