Blog Post Elements
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This is a standard paragraph. There isn't much more to say about what all is going on here, but I'll babble for a bit so you can see what the prose class looks like for a longer paragraph.
Here is a standard blockquote. Sometimes you want to include a quote in your document - TV
Or maybe you want to see what a bulleted list looks like:
- Bullet item 1
- Bullet item 2
- Bullet item 3
Or maybe an ordered list:
- Numbered Item 1
- Numbered Item 2
- Numbered Item 3
How about an inline
"a-multi-line": "code block?"
Nested lists basically always look bad which is why editors like Medium don't even let you do it, but I guess since some of you goofballs are going to do it we have to carry the burden of at least making it work.
Nested lists are rarely a good idea.
- You might feel like you are being really "organized" or something but you are just creating a gross shape on the screen that is hard to read.
- Nested navigation in UIs is a bad idea too, keep things as flat as possible.
- Nesting tons of folders in your source code is also not helpful.
Since we need to have more items, here's another one.
- I'm not sure if we'll bother styling more than two levels deep.
- Two is already too much, three is guaranteed to be a bad idea.
- If you nest four levels deep you belong in prison.
Two items isn't really a list, three is good though.
- Again please don't nest lists if you want people to actually read your content.
- Nobody wants to look at this.
- I'm upset that we even have to bother styling this.
|Bret "The Hitman" Hart
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It's probably important that images look okay here by default as well: