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The magic question

The first name of lady Goldman


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Please be sure to read the fine manual if the markup provided on the toolbar is not enough.
There is support for images, links, poetry, tables, centered and right-aligned paragraphs, indexing, nested lists and much, much more.

Disable the automatic typography correction (single and double quotes, dashes, common used superscripts)

Make all links active (without description)

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Cheatsheet for the markup



  • * Part
  • ** Chapter
  • *** Section
  • **** Subsection
  • ***** Subsubsection or description item

Don't use higher levels (Part or Chapter) for short articles with sections.


  • A blank line (or more blank lines) starts a new paragraph.
  • A line which starts with 2 or more whitespaces is a quotation. (Or wrap it in <quote></quote> )
  • A line which starts with 6 or more whitespaces is centered. (Or wrap it in <center></center> )
  • A line which starts with 20 or more whitespaces is right-aligned. (Or wrap it in <right></right> )

Please note that tags must be placed on a line by themselves.

Inline elements

  • *emphasis* or <em>emphasis</em>
  • **strong emphasis** or <strong>strong emphasis</strong>
  • ***very strong emphasis*** or <strong><em>very strong emphasis</em></strong>
    very strong
  • =code and monospace= or <code>code and monospace</code>
    code and monospace
  • <br>
    Force a line break. Useful for footnotes or in the headers of the document, where you can't put a blank line to mark a new paragraph.
  • <sub>subscript</sub> <sup>superscript</sup> <del>overstriked</del>
    subscript superscritp, overstriked


  • In the text a number within square brackets is interpreted as a footnote reference, if a footnote exists.
    Like this [1]
  • A footnote is a line which starts with a number between square brackets, with no leading whitespace.
    [1] Like this

Special blocks

To preserve the whitespaces and line breakings, wrap the paragraphs with <verse> </verse> (handy for poetry) or <example> </example> (for code, monospaced)

To quickly format bibliographies wrap them in <biblio> </biblio>. To quickly format plays, use <play> </play>. In both case you'll get a reverse indentation.


Lists start with a single leading whitespace
  • - unnumbered list
    - unnumbered list

  • 1. numbered list
    1. numbered list

See the full manual for more details, nesting, different styles

They have the same syntax (images are actually links)

  • [[][displayed text]] or just [[]] to make a link active.
  • [[image-name.jpg][Description]] or just [[image-name.jpg]] for uploaded images. Please note that you have to upload them first and use the name the form provides. Images are always renamed by us.


     Triple bars ||| Separate footer fields
     Double bars  || Separate header fields
     Single bars   | Separate body fields
     |+ This is the caption +|

Supported directive in the header

  • #author First Author and Second Author
    The author of the text (display only)
  • #SORTauthors First Author, Second Author
    Comma- or semicolon-separated list of authors (for sorting, defaults to #author
  • #title A nice title
    The title of the document
  • #LISTtitle Nice title
    The title of the document, for alphabetical sorting (defaults to #title). Useful if you want to strip the article, if any.
  • #subtitle With a subtitle
    The subtitle (if any).
  • #SORTtopics topic 1, topic 2, topic 3
    Comma- or semicolon-separated list of topics for the current text.
  • #date 2012
    The year of publishing of the document. More information should be provided in the #notes directive.
  • #notes Published in *A nice book*, published by My House, 2012
    This directive is used for additional information here (full date, original title, translators, credits, etc).
  • #source Retrieved on March 8, 2012 from the [[]]
    Where does this text come from?
  • #lang en
    Language code of the document (2 or 3 letters).

See the full manual for more details...