Note: This is the demo content for demonstration purpose only. The primary function of this content is to show you what this theme can do. There is a more detailed explanation in the Getting Started section.

Callouts


There are two types of callouts availabale in this theme, note and important. To add a callout to your documentation simply add the following html code with class important or note. Like in the example bellow.

HTML example

Copy the code and modify these blocks according to your needs.

<div class="important">
  <strong>Important:</strong> 
  This is an "Important" callout block of text.
  This block indicates a warning or caution. 
  Use it for an important message. 
</div>
<div class="note">
  <strong>Note:</strong> 
  This is a "Note" callout block of text. 
  This block signifies a general note.
</div>

Live example

Important: This is an "Important" callout block of text. This block indicates a warning or caution. Use it for an important message.
Note: This is an "Note" callout block of text. This block signifies a general note.

Code blocks


Note: Code blocks have copy functionality. To copy the code press the grey button located in the right side top corner.

You can create simple code blocks by placing triple backticks ``` before and after the code block. To render a code block more readable, we recommend placing a blank line before and after code blocks.

```
if (condition) {
  code to run if condition is true
} else {
  run some other code instead
}
```
if (condition) {
  code to run if condition is true
} else {
  run some other code instead
}

Syntax highlighting

You can add a language identifier to enable syntax highlighting in your code block. For example, to syntax highlight JavaScript code, specify javascript next to the tick marks before the fenced code block:

```javascript
if (condition) {
  code to run if condition is true
} else {
  run some other code instead
}
```

The rendered output looks like this:

if (condition) {
  code to run if condition is true
} else {
  run some other code instead
}

Tables


You can build tables with markdown to help you organize information. To add a table, use three or more hyphens (—) to create each column’s header, and use pipes (|) to separate each column like in the example below.

| Title | Title |
| ------| ----- |
| Text  | Text  |
| Text  | Text  |
Title Title
Text Text
Text Text
Note: Creating tables with hyphens and pipes can be time-consuming. To speed up the process, try using the Markdown Tables Generator.

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