The Default Theme

This theme is designed to fit the site layout. It varies from site layout to site layout.

Here is the text content for demonstrating how the theme looks. It shows the look of headings, paragraphs, block quotes, lists, images, and code blocks.

Level 2 heading

Yes, you can still use level 1 headings in the article. But it is suggested that you start with level 2 headings, since the article title is level 1 heading.

Level 3 heading

There are level 4, level 5 and level 6 headings1. Here is a block quote section.

A block quote is designed for quoting other people's words. For instance, a quote from Shakespeare.

To be, or not to be, that is the question.

Ordered and Unordered Lists

There are ordered lists, there are unordered lists.

  1. List item in ordered list.
  2. Another item in the ordered list.

  • List item in the unordered list.
  • Another item in the unordered list.

Learn how to create an image gallery in Markdown documentation. The code syntax of the image gallery is very simple, it has nothing changed from the original Markdown2 syntax.

def code_block():
print("here is the code block")

Cover image (c) to Todd Diemer.

One more thing, at the bottom of this article, there are footnotes.

  1. Level 4, level 5, and level 6 headings are rarely used in the article content.

  2. Markdown is created by John Gruber. Typlog is using mistune as the Markdown parser.