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      1 
      2 # [Test your CSS !](#)
      3 ## — 8 August, 2013
      4 
      5 ### Text Formatting
      6 
      7 Yay ! Here we are. Here is something _important_. There is also something
      8 **strong**.  
      9 We are, of course, in a paragraph. And it contains an inline quotation :  
     10 <cite>Richard M. Stallman</cite> said <q>La cuisine indienne favorise les plats curryeux.</q>  
     11 But... What about blockquotes ?! Let's test :
     12 
     13 > There are some people who live in a dream world, and there are some who face reality;
     14 > and then there are those who turn one into the other.
     15 > &mdash; <cite>Douglas Everett</cite>
     16 
     17 That was a fine quote. Now, go on !
     18 
     19 ### Long texts
     20 
     21 Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.
     22 
     23 ### Images
     24 
     25 [![ratpoison screenshot](http://pub.z3bra.org/monochromatic/img/thumb/2013-08-ratpoison.jpg)](http://pub.z3bra.org/monochromatic/img/2013-08-ratpoison.jpg)
     26 <span class='caption'>Ratpoison screenshot  
     27 Uses "ratpoison -c set border 28" to make the shot sexier</span>
     28 
     29 ### Tables and code
     30 <table>
     31   <thead>
     32     <tr>
     33       <th>column #0</th>
     34       <th>column #1</th>
     35       <th>column #2</th>
     36       <th>column #3</th>
     37       <th>column #4</th>
     38     </tr>
     39   </thead>
     40   <tbody>
     41   <tr>
     42     <td>cell 0-0</td>
     43     <td>cell 0-1</td>
     44     <td>cell 0-2</td>
     45     <td>cell 0-3</td>
     46     <td>cell 0-4</td>
     47   </tr>
     48   <tr>
     49     <td>cell 1-0</td>
     50     <td>cell 1-1</td>
     51     <td>cell 1-2</td>
     52     <td>cell 1-3</td>
     53     <td>cell 1-4</td>
     54   </tr>
     55   <tr>
     56     <td>cell 2-0</td>
     57     <td>cell 2-1</td>
     58     <td>cell 2-2</td>
     59     <td>cell 2-3</td>
     60     <td>cell 2-4</td>
     61   </tr>
     62   <tr>
     63     <td>cell 3-0</td>
     64     <td>cell 3-1</td>
     65     <td>cell 3-2</td>
     66     <td>cell 3-3</td>
     67     <td>cell 3-4</td>
     68   </tr>
     69   <tr>
     70     <td>cell 4-0</td>
     71     <td>cell 4-1</td>
     72     <td>cell 4-2</td>
     73     <td>cell 4-3</td>
     74     <td>cell 4-4</td>
     75   </tr>
     76   </tbody>
     77 </table>
     78 
     79 Pretty nice isn't it ?
     80 
     81 Here is some code, using the `<pre>` tag (remember to escape special chars !)
     82 
     83 index.html
     84 
     85     <!DOCTYPE html>
     86     <html>
     87       <head>
     88         <title>monochromatic</title>
     89       </head>
     90       <body>
     91         <p id='shblah'>Hello, World!</p>
     92       </body>
     93     </html>
     94 
     95 main.c
     96 
     97     #include <stdio.h>
     98 
     99     #define TEXT "Hello, World!"
    100     #define EXIT_SUCCESS 0
    101 
    102     int
    103     main (int argc, char **argv)
    104     {
    105         printf("%s\n", TEXT);
    106 
    107         return EXIT_SUCCESS;
    108     }
    109 
    110 <!-- vim: set ft=markdown ts=4 et: -->