Nested and mixed lists are an interesting beast. It’s a corner case to make sure that Lists within lists do not break the ordered list numbering order Your list styles go deep enough Ordered – Unordered – Ordered ordered item ordered item unordered unordered ordered item ordered item ordered item ordered item Ordered – Unordered – Unordered ordered item ordered
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This is a sticky post. There are a few things to verify: The sticky post should be distinctly recognizable in some way in comparison to normal posts. You can style the .sticky class if you are using the post_class() function to generate your post classes, which is a best practice. They should show at the very top of the blog index page,
Super/Duper/Long/NonBreaking/Path/Name/To/A/File/That/Is/Way/Deep/Down/In/Some/Mysterious/Remote/Desolate/Part/Of/The/Operating/System/To/A/File/That/Just/So/Happens/To/Be/Strangely/Named/Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.txt A few things to check for: Non-breaking text in the title, content, and comments should have no adverse effects on layout or functionality. Check the browser window / tab title. If you are a plugin or widget developer, check that this text does not break anything. The following CSS properties will help you support non-breaking text. -ms-word-wrap: break-word; word-wrap:
This post has no title, but it still must link to the single post view somehow. This is typically done by placing the permalink on the post date.
This post tests comments in the following ways. Threaded comments up to 10 levels deep Paginated comments (set Settings > Discussion > Break comments into pages to 5 top level comments per page) Comment markup / formatting Comment images Comment videos Author comments Gravatars and default fallbacks
This post has many pingpacks and trackbacks. There are a few ways to list them. Above the comments Below the comments Included within the normal flow of comments
This is an example of a standard post format. Inspiration is a spark. A flash of light. Ignition. But without the proper mixture of oxygen and fuel, inspiration both lives and dies in the same instant. My life, my experiences, my research; these things are fertile soil for the great blog posts hidden within me. I carry them always and
I really love this wallpaper. It makes me think fondly of Chris Ames.