> Doco Cribsheet (Basic) Please look at the "source of this document" {basic_cribsheet.txt}. >> Second Level Heading Paragraphs are formatted automatically, despite line breaks. >>> Third Level Heading (etc) + Relative Heading (+1) ++ Relative Heading (+2) This is an example of an _italic_ word. This is an example of _"an italic phrase"_. This is an example of a *bold* word. This is an example of *"a bold phrase"*. This is an example of a --stricken-- word. This is an example of --"a stricken phrase"--. This is an example of an +underlined+ word. This is an example of +"an underlined phrase"+. ?? This is a comment that doesn't appear in the HTML version. @ This is an example of an unordered list. @@ List elements can be arbitrarily nested. @@@ Which is useful. @ In many circumstances. # This is an example of an ordered list. # You can nest these, too. But we did that already. You can have more than one line per bullet. This is a single word absolute link to Google {http://www.google.com/}. This is a phrase link to the "source of this document" {basic_cribsheet.txt} This is a intra-document link to the "Second Level Heading" {#h2.Second Level Heading}. This is a "pop-up link to myself" target:mywindow{#}. Here's an image: ((http://doco.sf.net/style/logo.png)) A built in variable is the date, which is Thu May 20 16:47:22 BST 2004. You can reference your own variables, which may or may not be defined: (no value for variable 'my.name'). [ Name | Position | Salary ] [ Bob | CEO | Massive ] [ Sue | Secretary, sleeping with Bob | Considerable ] [ Rita | Secretary, not sleeping with Bob | Pitiful ] You will find that you need to escape \!{things} sometimes. ASCII art is old-hat but some people like it. | /-------------- \ data /-------------- \ | | Process A |----------->| Process B | | \---------------/ \---------------/ Tab preservation works just fine. and tags are not problematic. Here is an example of styling a single word [red]. Here is an example of "styling a phrase" [blue]. This is an example of a (g)custom mapping(g) that will expand to a Google search.