The following is a demonstration of the styles available through the editing toolbar in Drupal 7.
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Sections (Heading 2)
The title of this page uses a Heading 1 (h1) element.
The secondary heading above uses a Heading 2 (h2) element, which may be used for any form of important page-level heading. More than one may be used per page. Consider using a h2 unless you need a heading of less importance, or as a sub-heading to an existing h2 element. Use the paragraph style drop-down (defaults to "Normal") to change text into a heading.
The heading above uses a Heading 3 (h3) element, which may be used for any form of page-level heading which falls below h2 in the document hierarchy.
The heading above uses a Heading 4 (h4) element, which may be used for any form of page-level heading which falls below h3 in the document hierarchy. It is not intended to be used for paragraph text.
All paragraphs are wrapped in p tags. Additionally, p elements can be wrapped with a blockquote element if the p element is indeed a quote. Reserve blockquote for quotes.
The hr element represents a paragraph-level thematic break, e.g. a scene change in a story, or a transition to another topic within a section of a reference book.
The blockquote element represents a section that is being quoted from another source.
The first task of the typographer is therefore to read and understand the text; the second task is to analyze and map it. Only then can typographic interpretation begin.
--Robert Bringhurst, The Elements of Typographic Style
The ol element denotes an ordered list, and various numbering schemes are available by selecting the list and choosing a style in the styles drop-down. The default is 1, 2, 3. Alphabetical and Roman are also available. Ordered lists may be nested. Use the indent buttons to nest list items
- This is an ordered list.
- This is the second item, which contains a sub list
- This is the sub list, which is also ordered using class="alpha"
- It has two items.
- This is the final item on this list.
The ul element denotes an unordered list (ie. a list of loose items that don‚Äôt require numbering, or a bulleted list).
- EchoDitto has offices in:
- Washington, DC
- However, there are also field offices in:
- Bullet with a link
Glaucoma can be roughly divided into two main categories, "open-angle" and "closed-angle" (or "angle closure") glaucoma. The angle refers to the area between the iris and cornea, through which fluid must flow to escape via the trabecular meshwork. Closed-angle glaucoma can appear suddenly and is often painful; visual loss can progress quickly, but the discomfort often leads patients to seek medical attention before permanent damage occurs.
There are a number of inline HTML elements you may use anywhere within other elements.
Links and anchors
The link (a) element is used to hyperlink text, be that to another page, a named fragment on the current page (an anchor, e.g. back to top) or an email address ([email protected]). When you highlight text and click the link button, these three options are offered in the link type drop-down.
The em element is used to denote text with stressed emphasis, i.e., something you pronounce differently.
The strong element is used to denote text with strong importance. Do not apply to headings. Headings already have syntactic importance, and the font we are using for headings is not as attractive when in bold.