Advanced Formatting

Our formatted editor is used in content pages, convention updates, and the long version of event descriptions. It has basic functionality, which is documented right in the editor. This guide represents all of the editor's formatting functions.

Basic Text Formatting

Bold **bold** bold
Italics __italics__ italics
Strike Through ~~strike~~ strike
Code `var color = 'red';`
var color = 'red';
		
Quote > A penny earned.
A penny earned.
Horizontal Rule ---

Headings

NOTE: It is possible to do a level 1 heading as well, but generally there should only be one level 1 heading per page and the page will automatically generate it for you. You can screw up your search engine ranking if you use more than 1 level 1 heading.

Heading 2 ## Welcome

Welcome

Heading 3 ### Welcome

Welcome

Heading 4 #### Welcome

Welcome

Heading 5 ##### Welcome
Welcome
Heading 6 ###### Welcome
Welcome

Lists

Unordered List + foo
+ bar
  • foo
  • bar
Ordered List 1. foo
2. bar
  1. foo
  2. bar

Links

Auto Link https://tabletop.events Tabletop Events
Formatted Link [My Custom Title](https://tabletop.events) My Custom Title
In-Page Target {{gohere}}
Link to In-Page Target [Jump To Section](#gohere) Jump To Section
Image https://tabletop.events/tte1/img/frontpage/coninabox.png

Justified Image (right or left) ![some image](https://tabletop.events/tte1/img/frontpage/coninabox.png right)

Linked Image [![Alt text](https://tabletop.events/tte1/img/frontpage/coninabox.png)](https://tabletop.events)

Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcbcZRvvld4

Tables

You can even create your own tables. You'll start by formatting it to look nice like this:

| Fruit         | Color           | Price  
| ----------- |:-------------:| -------:
| Apple       | red              | $3        
| Orange    | orange        |   $12    
| Pear        | green          |    $1    
You don't need to make everything line up perfectly, but it is nice if the content is going to get sent out via email. Note the colons. A colon on both sides of the line means that the column will be centered. A colon on just the right side means that it will be right justified.

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