AsciiDoc Article Template

The AsciiDoc article template illustrates some of the common content structures and markup used in an AsciiDoc document. You can copy the syntax from below or from the Asciidoctor GitHub repository.

= AsciiDoc Article Title
Firstname Lastname <>
1.0, July 29, 2014, Asciidoctor 1.5 article template
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Content entered directly below the header but before the first section heading is called the preamble.

== First level heading

This is a paragraph with a *bold* word and an _italicized_ word.

.Image caption
image::image-file-name.png[I am the image alt text.]

This is another paragraph.footnote:[I am footnote text and will be rendered at the bottom of the article.]

=== Second level heading

.Unordered list title
* list item 1
** nested list item
*** nested nested list item 1
*** nested nested list item 2
* list item 2

This is a paragraph.

.Example block title
Content in an example block is subject to normal substitutions.

.Sidebar title
Sidebars contain aside text and are subject to normal substitutions.

==== Third level heading

.Listing block title
Content in a listing block is subject to verbatim substitutions.
Listing block content is commonly used to preserve code input.

===== Fourth level heading

.Table title
|Column heading 1 |Column heading 2

|Column 1, row 1
|Column 2, row 1

|Column 1, row 2
|Column 2, row 2

====== Fifth level heading

[quote, firstname lastname, movie title]
I am a block quote or a prose excerpt.
I am subject to normal substitutions.

[verse, firstname lastname, poem title and more]
I am a verse block.
  Indents and endlines are preserved in verse blocks.

== First level heading

TIP: There are five admonition labels: Tip, Note, Important, Caution and Warning.

// I am a comment and won't be rendered.

. ordered list item
.. nested ordered list item
. ordered list item

The text at the end of this sentence is cross referenced to <<_third_level_heading,the third level heading>>

== First level heading

This is a link to the[Asciidoctor User Manual].
This is an attribute reference {quick-uri}[which links this text to the Asciidoctor Quick Reference Guide].