As you can tell by reading, this is a pretty silly example, designed to be used to test some translation issues that we are having. It's fun to write though!
This guide demos popular Markdown tags used on https://docs.rockylinux.org
This is a quote example. Nicely formatted.
Sometimes you will see things like this..
How about a little bold face
Most of the time, it straight text like this.
Sometimes you need to show a
Or multiple commands:
dnf install my_stapler dnf update my_pencil systemctl enable my_stapler
At other times, you need bulleted or numbered lists:
- I believe you have my stapler
If not, please at least return my pencil
Here is your broken pencil
- Sharpening it is useless
And you could need an admonition:
Pencils and staplers are really old-school.
More times than not, when a command has multiple options, or you need to list specifics, you might want to use a table to identify things:
|pencil||writing or printing||often replaced with a pen|
|pen||writing or printing||often replaced with a stylus|
|stylus||writing or printing on an electronic device||sometimes replaced by a keyboard|
|keyboard||writing or printing on an electronic device||never replaced - used until full of food crumbs|
Contributors: Dr. Ben Dover, Sweet Gypsy Rose