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Headlines

Any block of text that begins with h1, h2, h3...h6 will turn into a headline:

h1. My Headline Text

Additional text content goes here...

Inline Styles

Words can be bolded, underlined, italicized by using asterisks (*), underscores (_) and pluses (+).

Words can be *bolded*, _underlined_ and +italicized+.

Links

Inline links can be created by using quotes and specifying the URL.

Inline "links":http://www.qcodo.com/ can be created by using quotes and specifying the URL.

Blockquotes and Blockcodes

Blocks of content and/or code can be separated out by using bq or bc, respectively.  To end a block of code, be sure to use .bc at the end of your block of code.  So for example, to display code...

<?php
    $strText 
"Hello, world!";
?>

... you should do the following ...

bc.
<?php
    $strText 
"Hello, world!";
?>
.bc

Comments

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