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:
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:
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:
Use a single pound sign, #, for each number:
Numbered lists can have different levels too:
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.
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.
Usage: When you want unformated text to wrap the page in a specific way.