By the way, it must be valid XHTML!
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quote levels are wrapped each $maxQuoteLevel (4 by default) >quote 1st level >>quote 2nd level >>>>>>>>quote 8th level > quote 1st level with a space after > >> quote 2nd level with a space after >'s >>>>>>>> quote 8th (actually 1st) level with space after >'s > > can use spaces inside >'s - still a valid quote with all but >'s cleaned out empty quote (2nd level): >> > > > more spaces! also supporting blockquotes using ": " citing nothing is *formatted* here (as with `code`) ....... " single apostrophes won't work: ' no! ' >>not quote (should stick to line start) <<not quote a *bold* & `proportional` text * not* *bold *text * ` not prop` ` CO D E *nothing* is formatted here ` ` not code (because of indentation of ` tags) ` rules (all with different CSS classes): ----- ~~~~~ +++++ ===== rules, may be indented ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ------------------------- no rules (but dashes): --- z z --- z--- ---z --z-- =no heading= ==h3== ===h4 ===== h5 (& not indented) ====== h6 (& indented; space after =) ================ still h6 ========= any number of =============== is allowed on both sides = == or you can just omit the rightmost one special insets: [- a link -] [- args | a=1 | a=2 | a2=3-] [- you can \| escape them -] [- a link with | title=custom title -][- or even | title=a picture.svg -] URLs with '=' (normally it's treated as key=value pair but not in URLs): [-a=link | title=key=value, indeed-] [- a= -] also note that but default no title is supplied for such "explicit" links (i.e. defined using insets): [- ?action=open&what=the+web -] you can use a shorthand notation for specifying the title: [- http://url | this is the \|\|\| title -] but key=value => "title=..." will override the shorthand: [-url|no title|title=but this is-] note that an inset should contain at least 3 chars inside: this is not an inset: [-i-] but this is (although spaces are trimmed anyway): [- i -] also note an interesting outcome of this, making two insets to merge: [-i-] [- i -] = [- i?!. -] (but insets having enough chars inside are, logically, not merged) Here's some text preceding the link - http://some URL Here's some text preceding the link: http://www.some URL Here's some text preceding the link: http://www.some.kz URL Here's some text preceding the link: www.some URL Here's some text preceding the link www.some URL Here's some text preceding the link www.jpg! punctuation is *not* glued with URL (what a shame for Wikipedia): http://zzed/) http://zzed/! http://zzed/? http://zzed/. etc. but is ok within: http://url/net?que&ry. the only exception to this rule is slash: http://url/path/ empties: http:// empties http:// empties: www. empties www. not empty: http://zzy not empty http://zzy not empty: www.zzy not empty www.zzy too short: http://z too short http://z too short: www.z too short www.z note that if a link starts with "www.", "http://" is prepended automatically | www.i-tools.org also note that in case of URLs with no title its scheme (like http://) is stripped away | http://proger.i-forge.net some pictures (note that local paths are recognized unlike for links): /a/b/c.gif http://lol.net/ru.xbm http://some url.ru www.some url.ru http://www.some url.ru Here's some text preceding regular text: some URL firstname.lastname@example.org A mailto: email@example.com A mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org A mail to- email@example.com A mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org A mail to - email@example.com A mail to : firstname.lastname@example.org no@mail @ no.mail@ @no-mail email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org No mailto - no@mail trailing punctuation won't break it: email@example.com. firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com!!!! a (p) ara a (p)ara here too(p) but(p)not here many (c) (r) and other (tm) - many -- da --- sh ---- es -da--daa---daa----DASH! give me somebody ship!!!!!!!!!!!!! two dots.. into one . dot a........... .....leading multiplications are also compacted and ............ standing alone as well three... into three..... one! two!! three!!! aaaaagh!!!! sounds of logic..wil always...play.....the melody of truth!!!!(c) Spiral here ..... too !!!!! what the??????????????? mixes are replaced with the first char, e.g. here?!?!?!!!??? ordinal #55 number. the #4444th - the 1st. not replaced#55 - #55x - 1#2 ##3 4rr. a +- +-plus-me +-1 no+- 1+- no += all the same: single equation = double equation == triple equation === short right => long right ==> very long right (the same) ===> short left <= long left <== very long left (the same) <=== all the same: short double <=> long double <==> very long double <===> one goes there => and one another here <= this is a heading: ===> heckle <====> Bizarrou <=== but this is not: some text preceding the left ='s ===> heckle <====> Bizarrou <=== a smirk 1*1 1x1 1X1 z1*1 1*1z with spaces: 1 * 2 x 3 x 4 z5 * 6 7 * 8z other operations: 1 / 2 : 3 : 4 - 5/6 7/8 not a matrix: z1x2z, and nor: z*2z, but this is indeed: z1*2z it was "Miku's day" yesterday ^_~ a cite can be followed by any punctuation and even have some inside: 'M"i'k"u.' . "M'i"k'u". 'M"i'k"u!' ! "M'i"k'u"! no " no no""no ""yes"" single 'quo tes' ' ' 'qqq == Recursive formatting == === *a* formatted `heading` === " "a" *formatted* block `quote` " ` code *isn't* `formatted` ` a "formatted *inline* `citation`"! >> `a`. "formatted" inline `quote`... `as usual, *CODE* isn't "formatted"` ...*while bold `text` still "is".*
nothing is *formatted* here (as with `code`)
*nothing* is formatted here