Content formatting

This is a collectively editable wiki page. Be bold and improve it by adding any relevant information you may have.

Check formatting tips here:
http://en.minguo.info/filter/tips

Headings

The title of each page is a <h1> heading.
In your articles, start using <h2> and add subsections with h3, h4... headings, preferably without skipping any level, i.e. don't have a h4 section as a direct child of a h2 section without having a h3 section in between.

A judicious use of headings, especially in long articles, can provide a great looking table of contents for your article, as you can see in this article:
http://linux.overshoot.tv/blogs/augustin/hierarchy_contribution_open_source

Focus blocks

See this page:
http://en.minguo.info/design/focus_blocks

Images

Trusted users have all the ability to upload attachments when creating or updating a node (content). Please respect copyright issues. Only upload images or other attachments that you own, that you have created yourself, when the copyright holder allows you to or when the license allows you to.

Embedding images

Use this piece of code as a template to embed images:
<img src="http://example.com/image.jpg" />

Videos

It is not currently possible to embed videos. Simply link to them. It will eventually be possible to embed videos (e.g. youtube videos), but implementing this is not a priority and may have to wait until the next major upgrade of the site.

Here: http://en.minguo.info/project/issues/website , we have a list of 'tickets' or To Do item corresponding to the various projects of this community.
See: Content types: Tickets / issue tracker.

Each ticket has a corresponding number, or ID. The number is the one that can been seen in the URL.
For example, the ticket found at this URL http://en.minguo.info/ticket/16322 has for ID number: 16322.
One can easily link to it by entering the following code:
[#16322]
This will be rendered as:
#16322: Explain how to link to tickets [#]
The benefit of linking this way is also that the color of the link will change according to its state. It will go from a normal link, to a green link when the ticket has just been fixed, to a red link when the ticket is closed.

We can use this way to create custom list of To Do items:

Those are the issues I plan to work on, in the given order:
<ol>
<li>[#16372]</li>
<li>[#16373]</li>
<li>[#16374]</li>
</ol>

This will be rendered as:

Those are the issues I plan to work on, in the given order:

  1. #16372: Winning the peace
  2. #16373: Songs about peace and kindness
  3. #16374: Palestinian / Israeli reconciliation

One can also link to a specific comment within a ticket.
For example, to link to the 3rd comment in the following ticket, append -3 to the ticket number, thus:
[#16322-3]
This will directly link to the given comment and be rendered as:
#16322-3: Explain how to link to tickets [#]

Issues related to this page:

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websiteReview image classes and formattingactivenormalfeature request6 weeks 23 hoursaugustin
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