Here's how to create a list:


There are six kinds of headers; levels 1 through 6, six being the smallest. These are transcribed using equals signs on either side of the header.

For header one, type =Header 1=. For header two, type ==Header 2==. And so on:

Header 1

Header 2

Header 3

Header 4

Header 5
Header 6


Super Smash Bros. Brawl


Major characters


Mario series

Usage: Topics and subtopics within pages.


To indent a paragraph, use the colon sign.

For a single indent, type :. For two indents, type ::. And so on:

Single indent
Double indent
Triple indent

Usage: Mostly in talk pages to reply to a specific comment.

Bulleted and numbered lists

To create a bulleted list, use the asterisk sign. To create a numbered list, use the pound sign.

For a level one bullet, type *. For a level two bullet, type **. And so on:

  • Single bullet
    • Double bullet
      • Triple bullet

Use a single pound sign, #, for each number:

  1. First
  2. Second
  3. Third

Numbered lists can have different levels too:

  1. First single
    1. First double
    2. Second double
  2. Second single
    1. First double of the second single
  3. Third single

Bullets and numbers can be combined. If the bullets go under the number (which is made with a single pound, as usual), the pound comes before the asterisk, #*; if the numbered list is under a single bullet, the order is reversed, *#. Levels can be used, and combinations can be made on more than one level.

  1. First
    • First's single bullet
      • double bullet
  2. Second
    • Second's 1st single bullet
    • Second's 2nd single bullet
      1. Second's 2nd single bullet's first
      2. Second's 2nd single bullet's second
    • Second's 3rd single bullet
  • Bullet
    1. Bullet's first
    2. Bullet's second

Usage: Mainly for listing topics or giving ideas.


You can use the break tag to force a new line when using unformated text.

Use a single break tag, <br>, to force a new line.

This list is not formated,<br>
so you need the break tag,<br>
to start each new line.

Usage: When you want unformated text to wrap the page in a specific way.