The Sandbox

Note the Meta-Data above, that can be used to switch on/off the Table Of Contents (TOC) and to set categories (a comma seperated list of words without spaces)

Use this page to try out Markdown without damaging any “real” page.

A Section

bla

A Sub-Section

blub

A Sub-Sub-Section

Another Section, with a table!

Fruit color taste
Oranges orange sweet
Lemons yellow sour
Apples red sweet
Cucumbers green disgusting

And another Subsection with Lists in it

List:

  • foo
    • foobar
  • bar
  • baz

List with numbers:

  1. first point
  2. second point
  3. third point
  4. fourth point (ha!)
Some term
a definition, which can even go over several lines, if indented accordingly
Another term
another definition, note that if you leave two spaces
at the end of the line, it’ll linebreak in the output

This section is about Code

You can write code-blocks with syntax-highlighting, using three backticks (```) as delimiters and specifying the programming language for highliting after the begin-of-codeblock-backticks, just like on github:

```c++
int main(int arg, char** argv)
{
    std::cout << "Hello, World!" << std::endl;
    return 0;
}
```

will result in:

int main(int arg, char** argv)
{
    std::cout << "Hello, World!" << std::endl;
    return 0;
}

If you want to write code in-line, displayed in monospaced font and without parsing any tags, like the <code> tag in HTML, just use backticks, e.g.

This is some horrible uninteresting text about HTML-tags making text fat, like `<b>` and `<strong>`.

Will result in:
This is some horrible uninteresting text about HTML-tags making text fat, like <b> and <strong>.

Of course, we can also have links and images:

An external link to OpenTechBFG

The Wikis Home Page, an example for an internal Link

Look, the Coding category!

A picture of our awesome Logo

A picture of our awesome Logo

Now the greatest thing ever:

yes, it’s a picture with a link!