Markdown Example

X3 supports markdown, which basically allows you to write page content intuitively, without tedious html tags for basic formatting.

This is a H2 header

Although you can also add any html, we strongly recommend using markdown for basic editing, as it prevents html coding mistakes which might break the page layout. See exmples of markdown in the content section below.

Paragraphs must be separated by two blank lines. Basic formatting of italics and bold is supported, and can also be nested like this. You can also easily add links like examples and Imagevue.

  • This is a list
  • Another item
  • Yet another item
  • And there's more...

Blockquote

Easily add blockquotes by preceding text with the > tag. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Sed sed ligula congue, fringilla leo nec, vulputate enim. Cras a elit in leo aliquet dictum quis ut odio. Aliquam erat sem, elementum at enim vitae, dictum mollis nulla. Vivamus cursus tellus ut pulvinar egestas.

image

Agent Smith

Links

Simply add links in your document by adding the [link text] in brackets, followed by the (url) in parenthesis. Optionally, you can also surround a link address with < link >, and it will be formatted as a link. Below are a few examples of internal and external links:

Links to more interesting information about Markdown:

Source

Below, you can see the actual markdown code for this page's content:


## This is a H2 header

Although you can also add any html, we strongly recommend using markdown for basic editing, as it prevents html coding mistakes which might break the page layout. See exmples of markdown in the content section below.

Paragraphs must be separated by two blank lines. Basic formatting of *italics* and **bold** is supported, and *can also be **nested** like* this. You can also easily add links like [examples](../) and [Imagevue](http://imagevuex.com).

* **This is a list**
* Another item
* Yet another item
* And there's more...

### Blockquote

> Easily add blockquotes by preceding text with the > tag. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Sed sed ligula congue, fringilla leo nec, vulputate enim. Cras a elit in leo aliquet dictum quis ut odio. Aliquam erat sem, elementum at enim vitae, dictum mollis nulla. Vivamus cursus tellus ut pulvinar egestas.

### image       
![Agent Smith](/content/3.examples/4.other/2.markdown/agent-smith.jpg)

### Links

Simply add links in your document by adding the **[link text]** in brackets, followed by the **(url)** in parenthesis. Optionally, you can also surround a link address with < link >, and it will be formatted as a link. Below are a few examples of internal and external links:

* [Examples](../)
* < http://imagevuex.com >
* [mjau-mjau](http://mjau-mjau.com)

Links to more interesting information about *Markdown*:

* < http://markdowntutorial.com/ >
* [Why Markdown? A two minute explanation](http://brettterpstra.com/2011/08/31/why-markdown-a-two-minute-explanation/)
* [Markdown Primer](http://www.tuaw.com/markdown-primer)
* [Editor Demo](http://markdown.pioul.fr/)
* [Markdown Cheatsheet](https://github.com/adam-p/markdown-here/wiki/Markdown-Cheatsheet)