Hula Events uses the popular Markdown formatting syntax to format content throughout the system. The markdown system is popular between journalists and professional writers as the plain text format does not require any specific software or skills.
Headings are created by placing one or more pound signs followed by a space in beginning of the text line. It is recommended to limit the use of Heading 1 to only once per page.
# Heading 1 ## Heading 2 ### Heading 3 #### Heading 4
Use single asterisk to enclose the text that you would like to italicize.
This *word* and *this combination of words* is italic.
If the asterisk is placed in the beginning of a new line, it is important NOT to have a space between the asterisk and the first word as this will be displayed as a bullet point list.
Use double asterisks to enclose the text that you would like to make bold.
This **word** and **this combination of words** is bold.
Bulleted list is created by placing an asterisk followed by a space in beginning of the text line.
* First item * Second item * Third item * Another item
Use the number sequence followed by a dot and a space to create a numbered list.
1. First item 2. Second item 3. Third item 4. Another item
The numbers are only used as an indicator that make the number list easy to ready, the system will automatically generate sequential numbers.
Links are created by combining the use of square brackets and round brackets.
Click [here](https://hula.events) to open Hula Events.
Inline links are easy to understand but the text can be difficult to read if you have many long links. It is therefore an alternative to use link references where the url is placed in the bottom of the document.
Click [here] to open Hula Events. This is a simple example of a Markdown document. : https://hula.events
The quote formatting that is referenced to as blockquote on the web is created by placing an angle bracket followed by a space in the beginning of each line that is part of the quote.
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Tables are not a part of the core Markdown functionality but we have implemented them using the most frequently used syntax.
| Ticket | Venue | Price | | ------------- |:-------------:| -----:| | Student | São Paulo | $10 | | Regular | São Paulo | $120 | | Senior | São Paulo | $1 |
There must be at least 3 dashes separating the header cell from the body cells. By default the content of each column is left aligned, but this can be changed by adding colons to the dashes that separate the header cell from the body cells. If you wish to have centralized content, add colons in between the dashes, and for right aligment, add a colon after the dashes.