Step 1: HTML
Use the "WikiFormatting" described in the following steps.
Step 2: Font Styles
Use five single-quotes and you get bolded italic:
Two tildes start/end
A single caret starts/ends superscript:
Two commas start/end subscript.
You can combine different modifiers (as above), but you cannot repeat the same modifier to get "extra" effect.
- The exclamation point "!" tells parser to not process the characters which follow it, so pay attention to put a space after !, e.g. when ending bold (see below).
'''!''' can be bold too''', and '''! ''' ''''''bold-bold'''''' ends up being bold-italic with leading/trailing apostrophes ''''italic-italic'''' ends up being bold with leading/trailing apostrophes ~~~~strike-strike~~~~ does nothing (strikethrough an empty string at each end) '''''bold italic''''' '''''~~bold italic strike~~''''' __underline__ doesn't work `monospace` doesn't work either! can be bold too, and !
'bold-bold' ends up being bold-italic with leading/trailing apostrophes
'italic-italic' ends up being bold with leading/trailing apostrophes
underline doesn't work
`monospace` doesn't work, either
The subscripts and superscripts are useful with mathematical and chemical notation:
pi^1/2^ * R^3^ = c^4+5^ H,,2,,(SO,,3,,),,4,,^++^pi1/2 * R3 = c4+5
Regular text^super^super-super^back to super^back to regular Regular text^super,,super-sub,,back to super^back to regular Regular text^super ''italic'' ~~strike~~ super^ back to regularRegular textsupersuper-superback to superback to regular (can't nest supers)
Regular textsupersuper-subback to superback to regular
Regular textsuper italic
1.1 UnderliningThere is no underline in IblesFormatting. Zachninme provided this work-around: to
Normal text ~~^underlined text^~~ back to normal. === Here Is~~^Underlined Text^~~ In Heading 3 ===Normal text