uMap/Guide/Text formatting

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help text formatting

Text fields like description allow in addition to flat text also formatting and link information.

Syntax

Short options with corresponding syntax:

  • Italics: normal and *italics*
  • Bold: normal and **bold**
  • Main heading: # at the start of a line
  • heading level 2: ## at the start of a line
  • A horizontal line: --- at the start of a line
  • A simple link: [[https://....]].
  • A link with a readable name: [[https://....|readable name]].
  • An image: {{https://....}}.
  • An image with width in in pixels: {{https://....|100}}.
  • Inclusion of a website: {{{https://....}}}.
  • Inclusion of a website with height in pixels: {{{https://....|300}}}.
  • Inclusion of a website with height and width in pixels: {{{https://....|300*200}}}.
  • A Unicode character is permitted in the text. Unicode is found on the web[1]. Some examples of Unicode code characters: ♻️ Ⓜ️ ☢️ ⚠️ ⚡ ⌘ €

Example

Formatting example

The example shows a popup where several options are used. The description of this object has following text:
# Chapter level 1
Contains normal, *italics* and **bold** text.
Some Unicode characters: ♻️, €, ⇔, ©, ⎆.
Some link examples. Straight forward: [[http://umap.openstreetmap.fr]]. More readable: [[http://umap.openstreetmap.fr|uMap]].
A dynamic property like *name* shows {name}.

This text starts after an open line (by 2* return) and after this text a manually inserted separator line is shown.
---
Examples of picture inclusion
Width set to 40 for {{https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4a/Nederlands_verkeersbord_J11.svg/200px-Nederlands_verkeersbord_J11.svg.png|40}} No size set for following picture. {{https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/w/images/5/5e/NL_Umap-default-editor-short.jpg}}

  1. [1]Compart: Unicode Blocks