Advanced Text Formatting
The ProWikiSoftware has a - continuously growing - number of additional features to create sophisticated pages. Those features are defined by a Content Description Markup Language (CDML) and explained in more detail in the section about CdmlElements.
CdmlTable, an example:
CdmlTitle, an example:
CdmlMark, an example:
Can be used, to highlight or mark certain passages of text, even in pink.
CdmlImage, an example:
|The text is surrounding the image.
Golden Gate, strait in western California, at the entrance to San Francisco Bay, separating the bay from the Pacific Ocean. The strait is 8 km (5 mi) long and narrows to 1 km (0.6 mi) in width. The famous Golden Gate Bridge crosses the strait to connect San Francisco, on the south, with Marin County, on the north. Although the English explorer Sir Francis Drake visited the region of San Francisco Bay in 1579 and a scout for the Spanish colonial governor Gaspar de Portolá may have explored as far as the Golden Gate in 1769, the first Europeans known with certainty to have seen it were a party of soldiers sent by Portolá in 1772. The American explorer John Charles Frémont gave the strait the name Golden Gate in 1846. (from: Encarta Online)
CdmlFont, an example:
CdmlQuote, an example:
CdmlText, an example:
|In Moria, in Khazad-dűm...|
|The world was young, the mountains green,|
No stain yet on the moon was seen,
No words were laid on stream or stone
When Durin woke and walked alone...
For information about other available commands for Text-formatting see also CdmlElements.
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