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since I didn't see anything like this stickied or linked I thought to make life easier for people who like to structure their guides or posts a little more I would make a small guideline of what you currently (as of 04/Sep/2019) can do in terms of formatting on




Bold - Two asterisks
Italic - One asterisks
Underline - Two __
Strikethrough - Two ~~

- Use the "center" tag


This is a quote using the "quote" tag normally

Originally posted by ShadowDraftYou can quote people by adding "quote=NAMEHERE" to the tag

https:/​/​www.​google.​de/​ - Links are automatically turned into clickable text by the site

Still Google - But you can also define a text with [ TEXTHERE ] ( LINKHERE ) (remove the spaces from the [] tag) - Most pictures are automatically embedded by the site

- Videos are also embedded by the site



This enables the use of "#" which will give you a header and the site will create a table of contents for you based on your existing headers.
Unfortunately as far as I know only "#" h1 header is supported.



Section 3 of the table of contents.

Cheat Sheet for BBCode: https:/​/​www.​bbcode.​org/​reference.​php
Cheat Sheet for Markdown (only "#" is working for anything else just use BBCode): https:/​/​github.​com/​adam-p/​markdown-here/​wiki/​Markdown-Cheatsheet

ShadowFlare7799ShadowFlare7799, goadirothgoadiroth and 6 others like this. 

Not necessary. The site is looking into using true Markdown. Thanks for making this through.

KnightKnight, ShadowDraftShadowDraft and ShadowFlare7799ShadowFlare7799 like this. 

It appears the formatting for rules pages has been updated to markdown.
The forums still seem to use BBCode (not sure if it works in guides and resources, i don't want to notify all followers of a game)

Here are some examples on how to use markdown for Rules:

There are some odd things i noticed (and that are displayed differently in my link):
• heading 2 is bigger than heading 1 and heading 4 is even bigger
• no borders on tables and no support for text alignment per column

It would be good to know which implementation of markdown is being used to properly prepare texts.

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