Test page for Markdown on Save Improved plugin

This is a dummy example post body, that can be used for testing Markdown rendering in any WordPress post or in any Markdown supporting page at all. I wrote it months ago and started using it for testing Markdown on Save Improved plugin. But then in turned out, that this quick sheet can be used virtually everwhere, where Markdown can be used. Just paste everything or selected part to test and verify Markdown in your blog, website, service etc.

Classic Markdown

Headers (normal)

# Header H1
## Header H2
### Header H3
#### Header H4
##### Header H5
###### Header H6

Headers (Setext)

Header H1
========
Header H2
--------

Ordered lists

1. One
2. Two
3. Three

Unordered lists:

* cat,
* dog
* and a turtle.

You can use asterisk (*), plus (+) or minus (-) here.

Links

[Link text](https://www.google.com/)

Images

![Alt tag text](https://www.google.pl/images/srpr/logo4w.png "Title tag text")

Code and preformatted text

Make sure, that you’re starting each line with four spaces!

    This is `example` of inlined `code`.

    And this is...

    really
    large
    block
    of
    code

Markdown Extra

Code

~~~

phpinfo();

/**
 * Comment...
 */
public function actionIndex()
{
    $this->render('index');
}
~~~

Footnotes

This is some text with a footnote[^1].

[^1]: And this is footnote itself...

Abbreviations

This is some text written partially in HTML, a hypertext language that is maintained by W3C organisation.

*[HTML]: Hyper Text Markup Language
*[W3C]:  World Wide Web Consortium

Tables

L.p.|Name
----|--------
1.  |Smith
2.  |Doe
3.  |Another

Cites

> Right triangle brackets are used to create block of citations

> > Use more than one to create intend

Horizontal lines

---
***
___

Line break

End any line of text  
with two spaces  
to force line break  
in even not pre-formatted text.

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