Post Template

A sentence to be used as news excerpt. This should be short enough to fit nicely the carousel on the home page.

Headers and sections

You can use headers to define titled sections and sub-sections. Only level 4 #### and 5 ##### are recommended for proper rendering on the website.

New paragraph to assess spacing. New paragraph to assess spacing. New paragraph to assess spacing. New paragraph to assess spacing.

Links to external websites or within the website, including pictures, should be specified as follows. URL within the website should be specified as relative to {{ site.baseurl }}.

Pictures

This is a picture with a paragraph of text above… "alt" text describing the picture …and below, continuing to assess spacing, continuing to assess spacing.

You can use any (but only one) of the predefined classes .img-tiny, .img-small, .img-medium, .img-large to tweak the (relative) width of the picture, or apply explicit CSS styling using e.g. style="width: 100%;".

New paragraph to assess spacing. New paragraph to assess spacing. New paragraph to assess spacing. New paragraph to assess spacing.

Links to a website section open in the same tab, whereas links to a file hosted on the website should open in a new tab.

This is e.g. a link to CRAN, which should open in a new tab.

In certain cases, it might be desirable to include a smaller image thumbnail with a link to the full-resolution picture. This is obtained by combining the picture with the link, which should open in a new tab, as in the example below. "alt" text describing the picture

Footnotes

Markdown footnotes are specified as [^<ID>] with [^ID]: <TEXT> defining the footnote text1.

Footnote references are automatically numbered2.

$\LaTeX$ support

$\LaTeX$-like math is supported as inline $S = \sum_{n=1}^{\infty} \frac{1}{2^{n}}$ or displayed equations (you must leave an empty line above and below)

  1. The footnote text can be placed anywhere in the document, on its own paragraph after an empty line, and is collected in a numbered list at the bottom of the page. 

  2. The footnote reference number links the footnote text, which in turns links back to the footnote reference location.