Headings, fonts and bullets

Headings

Place an equal sign (=) at the begining of a line and all the text following it will be formatted.
=One equal sign gives you the largest size text.
==Two, the next size down.
===And so on
====down to
=====five for the smallest.
becomes...

One equal sign gives you the largest size text.

Two, the next size down.

And so on

down to
five for the smallest.
Note... you need to have a complete line separating any identical sizes of text or they will run together.
====These separate lines
====are all
====running together.
becomes...
These separate lines are all running together.

Bold, underline, Italic, Plain text

An asterisk (*) before and after text will make it bold.

... *This is bold*
becomes... This is bold

Similarly, forward-slash (/) makes it Italic,
... /This is Italic/
becomes... This is Italic

a low line (_) makes it underlined,
... _This is underlined_
becomes... This is underlined

and an equal sign (=) makes it plain text.
... =This is Plain text=
becomes... This is Plain text


Bullets and Ordered lists

Start a line with one asterisk plus a space (* ) to make a short bulleted line.

Add more asterisks to further indent the text.
* Short bullet
** Farther over
*** Even farther.
  • Short bullet
    • Farther over.
      • Even farther.
        • Add another asterisk,
          • and another,
            • and another,
              • and another.
                • This is eight.

Start a line with a hash plus a space (# ) to make an ordered list.

# You don't
# need to add
# numbers they are
# added automatically.
  1. You don't
  2. need to add
  3. numbers they are
  4. added automatically.
Use two or more # to further indent the text.
# Main point
## Secondary info.
## Secondary info.
## Secondary info.
# Next main point
## Secondary info....
### with lesser points between.
### with lesser points between.
## Secondary info....
### with lesser points between.
### with lesser points between.
# Next main point
  1. Main point
    1. Secondary info.
    2. Secondary info.
    3. Secondary info.
  2. Next main point
    1. Secondary info....
      1. with lesser points between.
      2. with lesser points between.
    2. Secondary info....
      1. with lesser points between.
      2. with lesser points between.
  3. Next main point
Note... # must always be on consecutive lines for the ordering to work correctly.

You can also indent text using > at the beginning of a line

> This is indented and is as far across as it will go.
This is indented and is as far across as it will go.

Remove all formatting for text

Simply start the line with a space and then start typing.
Text with no formatting

Placing a box around text

See [ How to make a wiki table ]


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