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Markdown Battlefield.

On this page you can try out Markdown-enabled comments till the cows come home. If you were looking for a page where you can spam freely, here it is. Be warned though - do not post obscene pictures or stuff that would make you banned from any other place.

Markdown is quite tricky. It forces you to separate blocks using empty lines, but those empty lines can ruin your current indentation level. Anyway, make sure you have read the small introduction first. You could also have a look at the original documentation.

The Markdown used here escapes all html, supports basic Markdown plus codehilite, enhanced fenced_code, def_list and tables extensions. Sorry, no LaTeX yet.

Enough talking, let's do some heavy testing.

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Test on February 8, 2011, 10:33:

Header test

Header slanted test

The first argument is a path to a view function in the format package.package.module.function. Additional arguments are optional and should be space-separated values that will be used as arguments in the URL. The example above shows passing positional arguments. Alternatively you may use keyword syntax

Some test text from django snippets.

This class extends MultiWidget to create a widget that consists of HTML select elements for Django's forms.DateTimeFields. This results in a select elements with options for month, day, year, hour, minute, second, and (if using the twelve_hr option) meridiem.

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# Default usage of SplitSelectDateTimeWidget
class TimeForm(Form):
    """docstring goes here"""
    dt = DateTimeField(widget=SplitSelectDateTimeWidget())

Another example hooks into the flexibility of the underlying Select Widgets:

# some useless comment
class TimeForm(Form)
    """docstring goes here"""
    dt = DateTimeField(widget=SplitSelectDateTimeWidget(hour_step=2, \
    minute_step=15, second_step=30, twelve_hr=True, years=[2008,2009,2010]))

The above example displays hours in increments of 2, minutes in increments of 15, and seconds in increments of 30. Likewise, only the years 2008, 2009,and 2010 are displayed in the years' options.

Anonim on January 2, 2013, 15:23:

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On this page you can try out Markdown-enabled comments till the cows come home. If you were looking for a page where you can spam freely, here it is. Be warned though - do not post obscene pictures or stuff that would make you banned from any other place.

Markdown is quite tricky. It forces you to separate blocks using empty lines, but those empty lines can ruin your current indentation level. Anyway, make sure you have read the small introduction first.

Anonim on January 7, 2013, 13:52:

Test & test.

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Anonymous on April 9, 2016, 16:19:

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