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A paragraph is a self-contained unit of a discourse in a written text dealing with a particular point or idea, or the the words of a speaker. The start of a paragraph is indicated by beginning on a new line and ending without running to the next passage. Sometimes the first line is indented, and sometimes it is indented without beginning a new line. At various times the beginning of a paragraph has been indicated by the pilcrow mark Attach:Folksonomies.pdf Δ

Heading (lvl 2)

A paragraph is a self-contained unit of a discourse in a written text dealing with a particular point or idea, or the the words of a speaker. The start of a paragraph is indicated by beginning on a new line and ending without running to the next passage. Sometimes the first line is indented, and sometimes it is indented without beginning a new line. At various times the beginning of a paragraph has been indicated by the pilcrow mark .

Heading (lvl 3)

A paragraph is a self-contained unit of a discourse in a written text dealing with a particular point or idea, or the the words of a speaker. The start of a paragraph is indicated by beginning on a new line and ending without running to the next passage. Sometimes the first line is indented, and sometimes it is indented without beginning a new line. At various times the beginning of a paragraph has been indicated by the pilcrow mark .

Heading (lvl 4)

A paragraph is a self-contained unit of a discourse in a written text dealing with a particular point or idea, or the the words of a speaker. The start of a paragraph is indicated by beginning on a new line and ending without running to the next passage. Sometimes the first line is indented, and sometimes it is indented without beginning a new line. At various times the beginning of a paragraph has been indicated by the pilcrow mark .

Lists

In computer science, a list is usually defined as an instance of an abstract data type (ADT) formalizing the concept of an ordered collection of entities. For example, an ADT for untyped, mutable lists may be specified in terms of a constructor and four operations:

  • a constructor for creating an empty list;
  • an operation for testing whether or not a list is empty;
    • an operation for prepending an entity to a list (cons in Lisp);
    • an operation for determining the first component (or the “head”) of a list (car in Lisp);
      • an operation for referring to the list consisting of all the components of a list except for its first (or its “tail”) (cdr in Lisp);

The following list has NO emty line betewean it and this paragrap.

  1. Internal Links are defined with the class .wikilink and look like this: WikiLinks?
  2. Nonexisting Pages have the class .createlinktext for the name and .createlink for the questionmark and it lookl like this: Nonexistent Page?.
  3. Links that point to the Actual Page have the class .selflink. and it looks like this selflinks.
  4. Links to External Pages have the class .urllink and look like thi http://boingboing.net.

A definition list is not a list of items. This is a list of terms and explanation of the terms. A definition list starts with the <dl> tag. Each definition-list term starts with the <dt> tag. Each definition-list definition starts with the <dd> tag.

Ostensive Definition
points out examples by which one gains a sense of the meaning of a word.
Extensional Definition
exhaustively lists every referent of a word (the completion of an ostensive exploration).
Intensional Definition
gives the properties of the referents of the word under investigation, usually allowing a more compact definition than a complete enumeration.

Preformatted Text (<pre>)

The block below is preformatted. A overflow:auto style is applied.

.groupheaderfooter h1,  .groupheaderfooter h2, .groupheaderfooter h3, .groupheaderfooter h4 {
	color:white;
	padding-top:0px;
	margin-bottom:0.5em;
	line-height:1em;
	}

And the same with very little content

not much . . .

The Inlinestyles

emphasized (italic)

strong (bold)

strong emphasis

monospaced

small, smaller

big, bigger

small, big

superscript, subscript

inserted (underscore)

deleted (strikethrough)

Forms

Tables

Simple Tables

cell 1cell 2cell 3
cell 1cell 2cell 3

Nested Tables

table A a1table A a2
cell A b1cell A b2
table B a1table B a2table B a3
table B b1table B b2table B b3
table C a1table C a2table C a1
table C b1table C b2table C b1
table D a1
table D b1 table D b1 table D b1 table D b1 table D b1 table D b1

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Links and Headings

Class .wikilink are used for internal links (in your site) (h1)
Class .selflinks reffering to the current page (like a:active) (h1)
Class .urllink reffering to external pages
Class .createlink(text)? this internal page dosnt exist (h1)

Class .wikilink are used for internal links (in your site) (h4)

Class .selflinks reffering to the current page (like a:active) (h4)

Class .urllink reffering to external pages (h4)

Class .createlink(text)? this internal page dosnt exist (h4)

Class .wikilink are used for internal links (in your site) (h3)

Class .selflinks reffering to the current page (like a:active) (h3)

Class .urllink reffering to external pages (h3)

Class .createlink(text)? this internal page dosnt exist (h3)

Class .wikilink are used for internal links (in your site) (h2)

Class .selflinks reffering to the current page (like a:active) (h2)

Class .urllink reffering to external pages (h2)

Class .createlink(text)? this internal page dosnt exist (h2)

Class .wikilink are used for internal links (in your site) (h1)

Class .selflinks reffering to the current page (like a:active) (h1)

Class .urllink reffering to external pages

Class .createlink(text)? this internal page dosnt exist (h1)

some text and a [[WikiLink]]

some text and a WikiLink?

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