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  • Syntax highlighting of source code can be enabled with the following tags:

    • Generic syntax highlighting tags: "<code>", "<blockcode>".
    • Language specific syntax highlighting tags: "<c>" for C source code, "<cpp>" for C++ source code, "<drupal5>" for Drupal 5 source code, "<drupal6>" for Drupal 6 source code, "<java>" for Java source code, "<javascript>" for Javascript source code, "<php>" for PHP source code, "<python>" for Python source code, "<ruby>" for Ruby source code.

    Options and tips:

    • The language for the generic syntax highlighting tags can be specified with one of the attribute(s): type, lang, language, class. The possible values are: "apache" (for Apache configuration), "bash" (for Bash), "c" (for C), "cpp" (for C++), "drupal5" (for Drupal 5), "drupal6" (for Drupal 6), "html4strict" (for HTML), "java" (for Java), "javascript" (for Javascript), "jquery" (for jQuery), "php" (for PHP), "python" (for Python), "ruby" (for Ruby), "sql" (for SQL), "xorg_conf" (for Xorg configuration).
    • The supported tag styles are: <foo>, [foo].
    • Line numbering can be enabled/disabled with the attribute "linenumbers". Possible values are: "off" for no line numbers, "normal" for normal line numbers and "fancy" for fancy line numbers (every nth line number highlighted). The start line number can be specified with the attribute "start", which implicitly enables normal line numbering. For fancy line numbering the interval for the highlighted line numbers can be specified with the attribute "fancy", which implicitly enables fancy line numbering.
    • If the source code between the tags contains a newline (e.g. immediatly after the opening tag), the highlighted source code will be displayed as a code block. Otherwise it will be displayed inline.
    • A title can be added to a code block with the attribute "title".

    Defaults:

    • Default highlighting mode for generic syntax highlighting tags: when no language attribute is specified, no syntax highlighting will be done.
    • Default line numbering: no line numbers.

    Examples:

    You typeYou get
    <code>foo = "bar";</code>Inline code with the default syntax highlighting mode.
    <code>
    foo = "bar";
    baz = "foz";
    </code>
    Code block with the default syntax highlighting mode.
    <code lang="java" linenumbers="normal">
    foo = "bar";
    baz = "foz";
    </code>
    Code block with syntax highlighting for Java source code
    and normal line numbers.
    <code language="java" start="23" fancy="7">
    foo = "bar";
    baz = "foz";
    </code>
    Code block with syntax highlighting for Java source code,
    line numbers starting from 23
    and highlighted line numbers every 7th line.
    <c>
    foo = "bar";
    baz = "foz";
    </c>
    Code block with syntax highlighting for C source code.
    <c start="23" fancy="7">
    foo = "bar";
    baz = "foz";
    <c>
    Code block with syntax highlighting for C source code,
    line numbers starting from 23
    and highlighted line numbers every 7th line.
  • Allowed HTML tags: <a> <p> <span> <div> <h1> <h2> <h3> <h4> <h5> <h6> <img> <map> <area> <hr><br> <br /> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd> <table> <tr> <td> <em> <b> <u> <i> <strong><font> <del> <ins> <sub> <sup> <quote> <blockquote> <pre><address> <code><cite> <embed> <object> <param> <strike> <caption>

    This site allows HTML content. While learning all of HTML may feel intimidating, learning how to use a very small number of the most basic HTML "tags" is very easy. This table provides examples for each tag that is enabled on this site.

    For more information see W3C's HTML Specifications or use your favorite search engine to find other sites that explain HTML.

    Tag DescriptionYou TypeYou Get
    Anchors are used to make links to other pages.<a href="http://webdesignpatterns.org">Web Design Patterns</a>Web Design Patterns
    By default paragraph tags are automatically added, so use this tag to add additional ones.<p>Paragraph one.</p> <p>Paragraph two.</p>

    Paragraph one.

    Paragraph two.

    No help provided for tag span.
    No help provided for tag div.
    Heading<h1>Title</h1>

    Title

    Heading<h2>Subtitle</h2>

    Subtitle

    Heading<h3>Subtitle three</h3>

    Subtitle three

    Heading<h4>Subtitle four</h4>

    Subtitle four

    Heading<h5>Subtitle five</h5>
    Subtitle five
    Heading<h6>Subtitle six</h6>
    Subtitle six
    No help provided for tag img.
    No help provided for tag map.
    No help provided for tag area.
    No help provided for tag hr.
    By default line break tags are automatically added, so use this tag to add additional ones. Use of this tag is different because it is not used with an open/close pair like all the others. Use the extra " /" inside the tag to maintain XHTML 1.0 compatibilityText with <br />line breakText with
    line break
    By default line break tags are automatically added, so use this tag to add additional ones. Use of this tag is different because it is not used with an open/close pair like all the others. Use the extra " /" inside the tag to maintain XHTML 1.0 compatibilityText with <br />line breakText with
    line break
    Unordered list - use the <li> to begin each list item<ul> <li>First item</li> <li>Second item</li> </ul>
    • First item
    • Second item
    Ordered list - use the <li> to begin each list item<ol> <li>First item</li> <li>Second item</li> </ol>
    1. First item
    2. Second item
    No help provided for tag li.
    Definition lists are similar to other HTML lists. <dl> begins the definition list, <dt> begins the definition term and <dd> begins the definition description.<dl> <dt>First term</dt> <dd>First definition</dd> <dt>Second term</dt> <dd>Second definition</dd> </dl>
    First term
    First definition
    Second term
    Second definition
    No help provided for tag dt.
    No help provided for tag dd.
    Table<table> <tr><th>Table header</th></tr> <tr><td>Table cell</td></tr> </table>
    Table header
    Table cell
    No help provided for tag tr.
    No help provided for tag td.
    Emphasized<em>Emphasized</em>Emphasized
    Bolded<b>Bolded</b>Bolded
    Underlined<u>Underlined</u>Underlined
    Italicized<i>Italicized</i>Italicized
    Strong<strong>Strong</strong>Strong
    No help provided for tag font.
    Deleted<del>Deleted</del>Deleted
    Inserted<ins>Inserted</ins>Inserted
    Subscripted<sub>Sub</sub>scriptedSubscripted
    Superscripted<sup>Super</sup>scriptedSuperscripted
    No help provided for tag quote.
    Block quoted<blockquote>Block quoted</blockquote>
    Block quoted
    Preformatted<pre>Preformatted</pre>
    Preformatted
    No help provided for tag address.
    Coded text used to show programming source code<code>Coded</code>Coded
    Cited<cite>Cited</cite>Cited
    No help provided for tag embed.
    No help provided for tag object.
    No help provided for tag param.
    No help provided for tag strike.
    No help provided for tag caption.

    Most unusual characters can be directly entered without any problems.

    If you do encounter problems, try using HTML character entities. A common example looks like &amp; for an ampersand & character. For a full list of entities see HTML's entities page. Some of the available characters include:

    Character DescriptionYou TypeYou Get
    Ampersand&amp;&
    Greater than&gt;>
    Less than&lt;<
    Quotation mark&quot;"

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  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs are automatically recognized. The <br /> line break, <p> paragraph and </p> close paragraph tags are inserted automatically. If paragraphs are not recognized simply add a couple blank lines.