Describe the new page here. Lists are the Number One Organizing Tool on the Web. You build a list by marking list items with a special character at the very left edge of the editing box. The Wiki program handles bullet formatting and numbering for you.

Simple bulleted lists:

* Text for a bulleted list item.
** Text for second-level list.
*** Text for third level, etc.
** Back to second-level entry.

...which looks like:

Numbered lists:

# Text for a numbered list item.
## Text for second-level list.
### Text for third level, etc.
## Back to the second level again.

...which looks like:

  1. Text for a numbered list item.
    1. Text for second-level list.
      1. Text for third level, etc.
    2. Back to the second level again.

You can mix and match list components as required by your own sense or organization.

Definition Lists:

A Definition List is a term or phrase on one line, and an explanation indented on the next line. Create the effect with a leading semicolon for the term, and an inline (or next line) color to mark the definition, like this --

;Term or phrase :Definition or explanation

creates --

Term or phrase
Definition or explanation

Like bulleted items, you can nest definitions to get indentation --

:First
::Next
:::Third
::::Fourth

creates --

First
Next
Third
Fourth

You can also use the leading colon to get an indented list of items with no bullet or number --

:One item
:Next item
::Sub item
::Another sub item
:Third major item

creates --

One item
Next item
Sub item
Another sub item
Third major item

Experiment, and use [Preview] to check out your experiments.


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