Taiga Markdown Syntax

Phrase Emphasis

**bold** __bold__

bold bold

_italic_   *italic*

italic italic

~~strike~~

strike

Inline

An [example](http://url.com/ "Title")

An example

Reference-style labels

An [example][id]. Then, anywhere else in the doc, define the link:

  [id]: http://example.com/  "Title"

An example. Then, anywhere else in the doc, define the link:

URL autolinking

Go to http://example.com

Go to http://example.com

Taiga user mentions

Use @<username>, for example

Hello, my name is @imontoya. You killed me father.

Hello, my name is @imontoya. You killed me father.

Taiga USs, Tasks and Issues references

Use #<ref>, for example:

The user story #9.
The task #13.
The issue #42.

The user story #9.
The task #13.
The issue #42.

An [example](wiki-page-name-in-slug-format "Page") of wiki link.

An example of wiki link.

Other option will be

An [[example-one]] or [[example-two|Example 2]] of wiki links.

An example-one or Example 2 of wiki links.

Images

Inline

![alt text](circle1.svg "Title")

alt text

Reference-style

![alt text][id]

[id]: /static/images/circle1.svg "Title"

alt text

Emoticons

An example emoticon :smile:

An example emoticon :smile:

See a complete list of emoticons at this Emoji Cheatsheet.

Headers

Setext-style

    Header 1
    ========

    Header 2
    --------

atx-style (closing #'s are optional)

# Header 1 #

## Header 2 ##

### Header 3 ###

#### Header 4 ####

##### Header 5 #####

###### Header 6 ######

Lists

Ordered, without paragraphs

1.  Foo
2.  Bar
  1. Foo
  2. Bar

Unordered, with paragraphs

*   A list item.

    With multiple paragraphs (extra line break between the list and paragraph).

*   Bar
  • A list item.

    With multiple paragraphs.

  • Bar

You can nest them

*   Abacus
    * answer
*   Bubbles
    1.  bunk
    2.  bupkis
        * BELITTLER
    3. burper
*   Cunning
  • Abacus
    • answer
  • Bubbles
    1. bunk
    2. bupkis
      • BELITTLER
    3. burper
  • Cunning

Tables

This is a Tables.

 Header 1  | Header 2
---------- | ----------
Cell 1.1   | Cell 1.2
Cell 2.1   | Cell 2.2
Header 1 Header 2
Cell 1.1 Cell 1.2
Cell 2.1 Cell 2.2

Another example with extra pipes on the ends:

| Header 1  | Header 2  |
|---------- | ----------|
| Cell 1.1  | Cell 1.2  |
| Cell 2.1  | Cell 2.2  |
Header 1 Header 2
Cell 1.1 Cell 1.2
Cell 2.1 Cell 2.2

An example with inline Markdown.

| Header 1  | Header 2  |
|---------- | ----------|
| *Cell 1.1*  | http://cell12.com  |
| Cell 2.1  | ~~Cell 2.2~~  |
Header 1 Header 2
Cell 1.1 http://cell12.com
Cell 2.1 Cell 2.2

Blockquotes

> Email-style angle brackets
> are used for blockquotes.

> > And, they can be nested.

Email-style angle brackets are used for blockquotes.

And, they can be nested.

> * You can quote a list.
> * Etc.
  • You can quote a list.
  • Etc.

Code Spans

`<code>` spans are delimited
by backticks.

You can include literal backticks
like `` `this` ``.

<code> spans are delimited by backticks.

You can include literal backticks like `this`.

Preformatted Code Blocks

Auto highlight code block

using backticks (```)

    ` ` `
    This is
    a text example
    ` ` `
This is
a text example

Specified highlight code block

    ` ` ` python
    def hello(world):
       pass
    ` ` `
def hello(world):
    pass

Horizontal Rules

Three or more dashes or asterisks:

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* * *

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