Markup: Text Alignment

Default This is a para­gra­ph. It should not have any ali­gn­ment of any kind. It should just flow like you would nor­mal­ly expect. Nothing fan­cy. Just straight up text, free flo­wing, with love. Com­ple­te­ly neu­tral and not pic­king a side or sit­ting on the fen­ce. It just is. It just frea­king is. It likes whe­re […]

Markup: Image Alignment

Wel­co­me to ima­ge ali­gn­ment! The best way to demon­stra­te the ebb and flow of the various ima­ge posi­tio­ning options is to nestle them snug­gly among an ocean of words. Grab a padd­le and let’s get star­ted. On the topic of ali­gn­ment, it should be noted that users can choo­se from the options of None, Left, […]

Markup: HTML Tags And Formatting

Hea­dings Hea­der one Hea­der two Hea­der three Hea­der four Hea­der five Hea­der six Bloc­k­quo­tes Sin­gle line bloc­k­quo­te: Stay hun­gry. Stay foo­lish. Mul­ti line bloc­k­quo­te with a cite refe­ren­ce: Peo­ple think focus means say­ing yes to the thing you’ve got to focus on. But that’s not what it means at all. It means say­ing no to […]

Markup: Title With Special Characters

Put­ting spe­cial cha­rac­ters in the title should have no adver­se effect on the lay­out or func­tio­na­li­ty. Spe­cial cha­rac­ters in the post title have been kno­wn to cau­se issues with Java­Script when it is mini­fied, espe­cial­ly in the admin when edi­ting the post itself (ie. issues with meta­bo­xes, media upload, etc.). Latin Cha­rac­ter Tests This is […]

Markup: Title With Markup

Veri­fy that: The post title ren­ders the word “with” in ita­lics and the word “mar­kup” in bold. The post title mar­kup should be remo­ved from the bro­w­ser win­dow / tab.