Markup Language Comparison

In MojoMojo, you can write wiki pages using HTML and official extensions to one of two popular lightweight markup languages: Textile and Markdown. While you must currently choose between Textile and Markdown when creating your wiki, HTML is always available, for a few good reasons. To select the markup language, go to the Site settings page. Note that MojoMojo uses the official extensions of these languages, Textile2 and MultiMarkdown. famous quotes and sayings For help in deciding which markup is best for you, see the comparison between Textile and Markdown. Jasa SEO Jasa SEO Murah Sepatu Online Toko Sepatu Online Sepatu Sepatu Safety Cheapes Hostgator Coupon Link Booking Televisori offerte Notebook Offerte Govr Edo Ziedo Portatile Apple RDAnet Lorks Karikatur tertinggal Bisnis UKM Bisnis Modal Kecil Iklan Baris Jasa SEO Murah SEO Indonesia Konsultan SEO SEO Belajar SEO Penumbuh Rambut Kursus SEO Jam Tangan Casio Grosir Baju Terbaru Bisnis Online Belajar SEO Kerupuk Social Bookmark Kumpulan Puisi

Wikilinks

Wikilinks are interpreted by MojoMojo separately and have the same syntax, regardless of the formatter being Textile or MultiMarkdown:

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MojoMojo editing cheatsheet MojoMojo [[/documentation/cheatsheet | editing cheatsheet]] MojoMojo [[cheatsheet | editing cheatsheet]]

Notes on Markdown tables

The CSS doesn't currently match the one in the MultiMarkdown example. This is an easy fix; please consider submitting a patch to mojomojo.css.