Scripts Test

Myanmar:

ကေကျကိက်ကါက့ကြကုကူကးက

ကာ

ဆေဆျဆိဆ်ဆါဆ့ဆြဆုဆူဆးဆာ


Markdown-ish:

✻ For the general user, if is the set of real numbers, then, by the same token, the set of imagined processes running is
《∰⊗⌘☞➛》 ␈ 儾ਅ劚ଚ囊ண圞ვზ巙✎Ծ殲灩
instead of the actual process
①+①≈③␡↬☒⍨⍩. The trick is to put it in the HTML tab editor window, rather than the Visual tab editor window.


Various:

मकसे

मूवैहौगैगागीगूगोगेद्दिक

मूषक

मूषक

मूषक

मूषक

मूषक

मूषक


Test using a footnote.[^1] Second style[1]. Third style3.
Markdown converts text to HTML.

*[HTML]: HyperText Markup Language
[^1]: Footnote text.

[1]: Second style.

3: Third style.


Again:

Blockquote

*emphasis* emphasis Ctrl-i

_emphasis_ emphasis Ctrl-b

**even more emphasis** underlined = Ctrl-u

__likewise__

heading 2

heading 3

  • un-ordered list
    • etc
  1. ordered list
    1. etc

Blockquote is via the > sign, typed at the start of the line.

In fact, Jetpack uses Markdown Extra

[Markdown quick reference](https://en.support.wordpress.com/markdown-quick-reference/)

This is bold text Note: background-colour from the copy-paste is kept.
(Turns out this is the CODE HTML element.)

So then, CSS styles can be applied, like so.


ກຂຄງຈຊ

TE FAREREIRA’A E TE AROHA


So in turn, therefore, the following should be possible:

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Sample Example

body
{ font-family:”Times New Roman”, serif; color: black ; font-size:1em;}
.toc
{ font-family: Verdana,san-serif; font-size: 1em; padding-left:6em;}
.quote
{background-color:rgb(240,180,250);}
.bquote
{background-color:rgb(250,220,250);padding:1em;}
.notes
{background-color:rgb(250,250,150);}
.mainh
{font-size: 3em; text-align: center; color: blue;}
.author
{font-size: 0.8em; font-family: Verdana, sans-serif; text-align: center;}
.CaseName
{font-style:italic;}
a:link
{color:blue;}
a:visited
{color:red;}

Sample Example


Table of Contents

This is a heading
This is a sub-heading   [1]
This is another sub-heading   [3]


 

This is a heading

This is a sub-heading

[1] This is the first paragraph. Documentation can reference past and future, and look at any place, “like operating a pocket-sized paper TARDIS”(1).

[2] This is the second paragraph. It has a quote in it: “… if you start out as you mean to go on …”(2). And there is another quote:

“To make sense of half a year’s work takes half a year; there is simply no way it can be compressed into a few weeks. It can be reviewed in that time, but only if it has first been set out and developed over many months of incremental building.”(3)

.

This is another sub-heading

[3] This is the third paragraph. Here is an example of a long quotation:

“Between 1937 and 1949, the English author John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (JRR Tolkien) wrote an original literary work entitled The Lord of the Rings (the Book). The Book is set in a fantasy world called Middle-earth, and centres on the “One Ring” which has the power to rule all of Middle-earth. Some of the characters in the Book seek to retain, obtain or destroy this apparently precious ring.”(4)

[4] And a quote within a quote:

“We would respectfully adopt what Judge Easterbrook, now Chief Judge of the US Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, said in a libel action over a scientific controversy, Underwager v Salter (1994) 22 F 3d 730, at para 14:

“[Plaintiffs] cannot, by simply filing suit and crying ‘character assassination!’, silence those who hold divergent views, no matter how adverse those views may be to plaintiffs’ interests. Scientific controversies must be settled by the methods of science rather than by the methods of litigation . . . more papers, more discussion, better data, and more satisfactory models – not larger awards of damages – mark the path towards superior understanding of the world around us.”

(5)

 

 


Notes

1. Tom MacRae, “Introduction”, in Gerry Davis, Doctor Who and the Tenth Planet, (1976) [Target, 1976], , ix.

2. Emily Allbon and Sanmeet Kaur Dua, The Insider’s Guide to Legal Skills, (2016) [Routledge, 2016], [2.4] (p 11).

3. Richard Krever, Mastering Law Studies and Law Exam Techniques, 8th edition, (2014) [LexisNexis Butterworths, 2014], p 24.

4Tolkien Estate Limited v Saltalamacchia, Federal Court of Australia (11 Aug 2016), [2016] FCA 944 at [2] (Beach J).

5British Chiropractic Association v Singh, England and Wales Court of Appeal (Civil Division) (01 Apr 2010), [2010] EWCACiv 350; [2011] 1WLR 133 at [34].

 


 

Generated on 4/06/2017 3:10:48 PM
via Quotes.xlsm.

Training level
Topic: Example, Demo

Composed by EM
Version: 1
Edition: 15/04/2017
DOI: Not assigned

 

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Moving the CSS into inline tags, rather than keeping it in the styleheader, gives:

Sample Example


Table of Contents

This is a heading
This is a sub-heading   [1]
This is another sub-heading   [3]


 

This is a heading

This is a sub-heading

[1] This is the first paragraph. Documentation can reference past and future, and look at any place, “like operating a pocket-sized paper TARDIS”(1).

[2] This is the second paragraph. It has a quote in it: “… if you start out as you mean to go on …”(2). And there is another quote:

“To make sense of half a year’s work takes half a year; there is simply no way it can be compressed into a few weeks. It can be reviewed in that time, but only if it has first been set out and developed over many months of incremental building.”(3)

.

This is another sub-heading

[3] This is the third paragraph. Here is an example of a long quotation:

“Between 1937 and 1949, the English author John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (JRR Tolkien) wrote an original literary work entitled The Lord of the Rings (the Book). The Book is set in a fantasy world called Middle-earth, and centres on the “One Ring” which has the power to rule all of Middle-earth. Some of the characters in the Book seek to retain, obtain or destroy this apparently precious ring.”(4)

[4] And a quote within a quote:

“We would respectfully adopt what Judge Easterbrook, now Chief Judge of the US Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, said in a libel action over a scientific controversy, Underwager v Salter (1994) 22 F 3d 730, at para 14:

“[Plaintiffs] cannot, by simply filing suit and crying ‘character assassination!’, silence those who hold divergent views, no matter how adverse those views may be to plaintiffs’ interests. Scientific controversies must be settled by the methods of science rather than by the methods of litigation . . . more papers, more discussion, better data, and more satisfactory models – not larger awards of damages – mark the path towards superior understanding of the world around us.”

(5)

 

 


Notes

1. Tom MacRae, “Introduction”, in Gerry Davis, Doctor Who and the Tenth Planet, (1976) [Target, 1976], , ix.

2. Emily Allbon and Sanmeet Kaur Dua, The Insider’s Guide to Legal Skills, (2016) [Routledge, 2016], [2.4] (p 11).

3. Richard Krever, Mastering Law Studies and Law Exam Techniques, 8th edition, (2014) [LexisNexis Butterworths, 2014], p 24.

4Tolkien Estate Limited v Saltalamacchia, Federal Court of Australia (11 Aug 2016), [2016] FCA 944 at [2] (Beach J).

5British Chiropractic Association v Singh, England and Wales Court of Appeal (Civil Division) (01 Apr 2010), [2010] EWCACiv 350; [2011] 1WLR 133 at [34].

 


 

Generated on 4/06/2017 4:35:17 PM
via Quotes_inlinestyle.xlsm.

Training level
Topic: Example, Demo

Composed by EM
Version: 1
Edition: 15/04/2017
DOI: Not assigned

 

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