Heading level one

This text follows the first level heading. It introduces this file which is just a bunch of features against which to test browsers and editors.

See also

  • Images Forms
  • Heading level two

    The quick brown fox jump sover the lazy dog.

    This is a heading level 3

    Heading level four

    This is text after the 4th level heading.
    Heading level 5
    This is text after the 5th level heading
    Heading level 6
    This is text after the 6th level heading.

    List types

    Next we will look over a few list types.

    Unordered lists

    Ordered lists

    1. element one
    2. element two is rather long and might have to be wrapped over onto another line
    3. element three
    4. element four

    Menus

  • element one
  • element two is rather long and might have to be wrapped over onto another line
  • element three
  • element four
  • DIR for lists of names

  • element one
  • element two is rather long and might have to be wrapped over onto another line
  • element three
  • element four
  • element 5
  • element 6
  • element 7
  • element 8
  • element nine
  • Glossaries

    Term one
    This is the definition of term one.
    Term two
    This is the definition of term two. This is quite a bit longer than the definition of term one.
    Term three
    This is the definition of term three. This is quite a bit longer than the definition of term one, and in fact even longer than term two.

    This is a second paragraph within the definition of term three.

    Nested lists

    Nested menus

  • element one
  • element 1.1
  • element 1.2 is rather long and might have to be wrapped over onto another line!
  • More of element one.
  • element two is rather long and might have to be wrapped over onto another line
  • element three Under element three, there is a submenu:
  • Clubs
  • Hearts
  • Diamonds .. divided into:
  • Rough cut
  • Cut
  • Raw unwashed
  • Spades
  • element four
  • Preformatted text

    The quick brown fox
    	Jumped over the lazy dog.
    	|\
    	| \
    	|  \
    	|   \
    	|    \
    	|     \
    	|      \
    	|	\
    	|________\
    	
    	Funny characters: Less than     <
    			  Greater than  >
    			  Ampersand	&
    
    
    This is plain text again.

    Character formatting

    Here is a selection of explicit styles. They should not cause paragraph breaks or even word breaks. Explicitly italic with a bold bit. Explicitly bold with a bold italic bit.

    Now for some logical styles. This is emphasised with the EM element. This is strongly emphasised with the STRONG element. This is the way a citatation should look using CITE: typically italic. This should be a typewriter font. Typwriter font may be available in bold and italic too.

    Rule

    Here is a horizontal rule:
    and here are another two:

    Images

    Here *An image should be here* is a simple inline image with an alternative text field. Browsers which can't display the image should display the text. An image does not imply any word or line or paragraph breaks: it should just fit in with the flow.

    That is the end of this test file