Bulleted lists#Use an asterisk (*) in the first column to make bulleted lists. Use more asterisks for deeper indentation.
* One \\ one and a half * Two * Three ** Three.One
one and a half
Numbered lists#Just like with bulleted lists, but use a hash (#) instead of the asterisk.
# One # Two # Three ## Three.One
Errmm.. is is posible to create a list without any numbers or dots? just a indentation?!
Yes. Try the following:
;:one ;:two ;:three
which will result in
Okay this works for me... but what about a double indentation...?! ;:;: dont works :(
That gets more complicated. But it's possible:
%%(margin-left:1ex;) First indent %%(margin-left:1ex;) Second indent %%(margin-left:1ex;) Third indent %% Back to second\\ Still in second %% Back to first. %%Result is like this:
Still in second
One more Question... is it possible to mark a listitem as a heading?!
Eh? I don't understand the question.
Ehmm.. is it possible to mark a listitem as a heading means that the listitem is shown in the table of contents... AnswerMe
Thanks for Help :)