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When I saw Need examples for PerlMonks HTML Tags, I pictured something much more visual and "cheat sheet"-like:

PM Markup:Result:
paragraphs / line breaks
<p>first paragraph</p>
<p>second paragraph</p>

first paragraph

second paragraph

link to nodes by name
Have you tried [Super Search]?
Have you tried Super Search?
Thanks for your help, [tye]
Thanks for your help, tye
Thanks for nothing, [tye|wiseguy]
Thanks for nothing, wiseguy
link to nodes by ID
Please consult [id://3989]
Please consult Super Search
other kinds of links

(more info)

Check out [pad://NodeReaper]
Check out NodeReaper's scratchpad
Did you try [http://google.com|this]?
Did you try this?
Did you check [doc://perlfaq]?
Did you check perlfaq?
including code in text
The result is in <c>$array[0]</c>
The result is in $array[0]
The code should read:
<c>
use strict;
use warnings;

my @array = ("Hello world\n");
if (@ARGV) {
    print $array[0];
}
</c>
The code should read:
use strict; use warnings; my @array = ("Hello world\n"); if (@ARGV) { print $array[0]; }
text/font formatting
This will be <b>bold</b>
This will be bold
This will be <i>italic</i>
This will be italic
This will be <tt>fixed width</tt>
This will be fixed width
quoting / indenting
A wise monk once said:
<blockquote>
"Indenting is good"
</blockquote>
.. and I agree
A wise monk once said:
"Indenting is good"
.. and I agree
lists
My favorite flavors are:
<ul>
<li>vanilla</li>
<li>chocolate</li>
</ul>
My favorite flavors are:
  • vanilla
  • chocolate
How to make toast:
<ol>
<li>insert bread</li>
<li>press button</li>
</ol>
How to make toast:
  1. insert bread
  2. press button

I adapted the tags you decided to include in your introduction.

This node is intended as a 60 second introduction to markup used here.
If so, then it is much too long IMHO.

Update: missing </pre> tags inserted, according to GrandFather's suggestion.

Update 2: demonstrated whitespace preservation of <c> tags. Thanks to kyle for that suggestion.

blokhead


In reply to Re: RFC: Monastery Markup Introduction by blokhead
in thread RFC: Monastery Markup Introduction by ww

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