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Layout and Formatting

Tips and tricks on spicing up your text

Bold and italic

To make text stand out you can add bold or Italic styling.

If you add // before and after text:
//italic// becomes italic

If you add ** before and after text:
**bold** becomes bold

If you add **// both before and after text:
**//bold italic//** becomes bold italic

External hyperlinks

To add links in text that go outside of the site type the URL like:
http://www.doenculture.com becomes www.doenculture.com

If you add brackets and text to the URL the text will display instead of the hyperlink:
[http://www.doenculture Click here] becomes Click here

If you would like to embed an email address so that when a user clicks it automatically opens their mail server. Enclose your email address in brackets and add text to the end of the URL. It will display as follows:
[mailto:desk@mediamatic.nl Mail Mediamatic] becomes and is not readable for spam robots.

Or simply type:
mailto:desk@mediamatic.nl becomes and is not readable for spam robots.

Internal links

You may want to link to other pages in the website to do this you do not need the full URL.
Linking from one page to another page is made by using a unique number, also known as an id. Open the page that you want to link to, look at the URL to see what number the page has.
Example: http://www.doenculture.com/1316 The unique number (id) here is '1316'.

You can now make the link like this:
((1316| DOEN Culture))
becomes:
DOEN Culture

Headings and subheadings

Make headings and subheadings by using the +sign. One + gives a large heading, three times + gives a subheading. Don’t forget to use a space after the last +.

+ Example of a heading 1
becomes:

Example of a heading 1



++ Example of a heading 2
becomes:

Example of a heading 2



+++ Example of a heading 3
becomes:

Example of a heading 3


Other formatting codes

---- four stripes
becomes:
a line over the full width of the page



Lists and numbering

You can make lists using the # and * to make lists or numberings.
# Japan
# Bulgary
# Israël

becomes a list with automatic numbering:

1. Japan
2. Bulgary
3. Israël

Blockquotes / quotes

If you would like to make a block of text appear like a quote add > on both sides of the text:

> aber irgendwer muss diesen job ja machen und deshalb kann es
> nicht ändern . ich könnte dem text höchstens ein bisschen gut
> zureden, dass er auch als platzhalter eine wichtige rolle spielt und
> durchaus gebraucht wird.

becomes:

aber irgendwer muss diesen job ja machen und deshalb kann ich es
nicht ändern . ich könnte dem text höchstens ein bisschen gut
zureden, dass er auch als platzhalter eine wichtige rolle spielt und
durchaus gebraucht wird.


Tables

If you’d like to add tables of information to your text:

|| Cell 1|| Cell 2 ||
|| Cell 3|| Cell 4 ||

becomes:

Cell 1 Cell 2
Cell 3 Cell 4

||< left||= center||> right ||
||< The quick brown||= fox jumps over||> the lazy dog. ||

becomes:

left center right
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
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