From time to time, I want to include one or more indented paragraphs within a list of items.
This is the Wikipublisher method
This paragraph is treated as a true sub-paragraph, by using an end-of-line :+ “continuation” markup.
This is just a regular text paragraph. The :+ paragraph continuation markup also works with definition lists.
Return to normal text. We can also use :+ continuation markup in a regular paragraph.
Like this one. It creates a “pseudo-indent” and is probably gratuitous.
Alert readers will be wondering how it is possible to include a definition list in a page controlled by a wiki form, since the wiki form markup uses definition lists to identify the fields making up the form. Why isn’t the page display getting confused and interpreting “term” as a field designator? This is another use of the invisible stop markup (Tip 00020). By starting the line with
`. the definition list markup is passed over when the wiki forms script runs, then the invisible stop is removed before processing the list.