"Style Markup": Chapbook (v1.0.0)#
The Text Formatting section of the Chapbook Guide states you can also use a # character to indicate a Numbered List item. This currently (as of v1.0.0-beta) isn't correct, as that character actually results in a Level 1 Header.
Chapbook uses a customized sub-set of Markdown to support its style formatting.
:: StoryTitle Style Markup in Chapbook :: Start *Emphasis (aka Italics)* or _using single underscores_ <br> **Strong Emphasis (aka Bold)** or __using double underscores__ <br> Combined Emphasis with **asterisks and _underscores_** <br> <del>Strikethrough text</del> <br> Super<sup>script</sup> <br> Sub<sub>script</sub> <br> `Monospaced Type (aka Code Block)` <br> ~~Small Caps~~ <blockquote>Quote</blockquote> * A Bulleted list item (using asterisk) * Another Bulleted list item (using asterisk) - A Bulleted list item (using minus) - Another Bulleted list item (using minus) + A Bulleted list item (using plus) + Another Bulleted list item (using plus) 1. A Numbered list item 2. Another Numbered list item [align left] Text is left-aligned. [align center] Text is centered / centred. [align right] Text is right-aligned. [Continue] Text-alignment has been reset to the default. Ignoring of \*Formatting\* Characters <br> More ignoring of \_\_Formatting\_\_ Characters Above Section Break is Chapbook specific or standard HTML... *** Below Section Break is supported Markdown extras... # Level 1 Heading ## Level 2 Heading ### Level 3 Heading #### Level 4 Heading ##### Level 5 Heading ###### Level 6 Heading Alternative Level 1 Heading ====== Alternative Level 2 Heading ------ | Table mark-up | with | alignment | | --- | :---: | ---: | | column 1 is | left-aligned | 1 | | col 2 is | centered | 10 | | col 3 is | right-aligned | 100 |