How To Format Text Using Textile & Practice Thread

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anonymous said 2 years ago

At the moment our website uses ‘Textile’ to format text.

The full reference is here http://redcloth.org/hobix.com/textile/

In summary, you can use Textile to add headings, italics, links, bold text etc.

Feel free to use this thread to ask questions and to practice your formatting.


anonymous said 2 years ago

I’m testing how to show you the code shortcuts here:

There are two ways to create bold text

<pre>
I am <b>very</b> serious.
I am very serious.
</pre>


anonymous said 2 years ago

Here’s how to create a link:

<pre>
I searched Google
</pre>

will look like:

I searched Google


anonymous said 2 years ago

"sometext"“http://alexsanson.com/


anonymous said 2 years ago

“sometext”:http://alexsanson.com


anonymous said 2 years ago

Ok we’ve found an issue with the links, if you use curly double quotation marks the links won’t work. It has to be the straight double quotation marks. The specific keys you need to use will vary depending on your keyboard and operating system.