Simple Syntax for Your Article



Basic Formatting

What You Type What you get
//italic text// italic text
**bold text** bold text
//**italic and bold**// italic and bold
__underline text__ underline text
--strikethrough text-- strikethrough text
normal^^superscript^^ normalsuperscript
normal,,subscript,, normalsubscript

URL Links

What You Type What You get Comments
http://www.gustrength.com http://www.gustrength.com simple inline link
[http://www.gustrength.com Ground Up Strength] Ground Up Strength named link (custom anchor)
*http://www.gustrength.com
[*http://www.gustrength.com GUS]
http://www.gustrength.com
GUS
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Headings

To make a heading start a line with a "plus". Make as many pluses as the heading level you want to get.

+ Level 1 Heading
++ Level 2 Heading

This will give you the following:

Level 1 Heading

Level 2 Heading


Blocked Quotes

> This is how you do blocked quotes.

This is how you do blocked quotes.


Bibliography

To place a bibliography at the end of your article [[bibliography]] at the beginning of the list, on its on line, and [/bibliography]] at the end. Between these pieces of code, each bibliography item has the form:

label
full reference

To cite a bibliography entry within the article use ((bibcite label)).

Here is an example of a sentence in an article with bibliography references:

The first pulsar was observed by J. Bell and A. Hewish ((bibcite bell)). Another reference see ((bibcite guy)).

And here is the bibliography block that corresponding to those entries:

[[bibliography]]
: bell : Bell, J.; Hewish, A.; Pilkington, J. D. H.; Scott, P. F.; and Collins, R. A. //Observation of a Rapidly Pulsating Radio Source.// Nature 217, 709, 1968.
: guy : Guy, R. K. //Modular Difference Sets and Error Correcting Codes.// §C10 in Unsolved Problems in Number Theory, 2nd ed. New York: Springer-Verlag, pp. 118-121, 1994.
[[/bibliography]]

Here is how both are rendered in an article:

The first pulsar was observed by J. Bell and A. Hewish 1. Another reference see 2.

Bibliography
1. Bell, J.; Hewish, A.; Pilkington, J. D. H.; Scott, P. F.; and Collins, R. A. Observation of a Rapidly Pulsating Radio Source. Nature 217, 709, 1968.
2. Guy, R. K. Modular Difference Sets and Error Correcting Codes. §C10 in Unsolved Problems in Number Theory, 2nd ed. New York: Springer-Verlag, pp. 118-121, 1994.
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