Test of the formatting

There should be a horizontal line between these paragraphs of text. Oddly enough, not only will the horizontal line not show up, it will shift the alignment of the second paragraph slightly to the left.


There should be a horizontal line between these paragraphs of text. Oddly enough, not only will the horizontal line not show up, it will shift the alignment of the second paragraph slightly to the left.

The paragraph following the paragraph following the horizontal line goes back to the normal indentation. Interesting, huh?

The other mystery involves bullet points.

  • I can create a bulleted list in the editor
  • And the little bullet points show up just fine
  • But if I publish and view the page
  • The bullet points are gone
  • The data is at least indented to give it some feeling of specialness, but the points are gone. The text wrapping / indenting is still working, as evidenced by this long string of text that should be enough to wrap on any screen width. Then we’ll just have
  • One more bullet point.

I’m assuming we’ll have the same effect with number lists and not just unordered lists:

  1. I can create a bulleted list in the editor
  2. And the little bullet points show up just fine
  3. But if I publish and view the page
  4. The bullet points are gone
  5. The data is at least indented to give it some feeling of specialness, but the points are gone. The text wrapping / indenting is still working, as evidenced by this long string of text that should be enough to wrap on any screen width. Then we’ll just have
  6. One more bullet point for a total of 6 in my editor.

Well, that blows that theory, so numbers work, but unordered lists don’t. Interesting.