- 1 Introduction
- 2 First level header
- 2.1 Second level header
- 2.2 Test Adding Images
- 2.2.1 Add as a file 1: Thumbnail, right
- 2.2.2 Add as a file 2: Thumbnail, left, 400px
- 2.2.3 Add as a file 3: No thumbnail, middle, 400px
- 2.2.4 Add image 1: left
- 2.2.5 Add image 2: right
- 2.2.6 Add image 3: thumbnail
- 2.2.7 Add image 4 : gallery
- 2.2.8 Add image 5: different size
- 2.2.9 Add image 6 : gallery
- 2.2.10 Add image 7 : TABLE
- 2.2.11 Add image 7 : gallery
- 2.2.12 Add image 8 : file
- 2.2.13 Add image 9 : image
- 2.2.14 Numbered list
- 3 References
Welcome to the Sandbox page.
This is a page for you to explore how wiki formatting works. Go crazy! Copy code from other pages and paste it here, to tinker with it. Try out your new templates. Modify the template at the top!
First level header
This is an example of a first level header section.
Second level header
- This is an example of a second level header section.
- This is a bulleted list.
- More list items.
Test Adding Images
Add as a file 1: Thumbnail, right
Add as a file 2: Thumbnail, left, 400px
Add as a file 3: No thumbnail, middle, 400px
Add image 1: left
Add image 2: right
Add image 3: thumbnail
Add image 4 : gallery
Add image 5: different size
Add image 6 : gallery
Add image 7 : TABLE
Add image 7 : gallery
- Fruit Fibers
- cotton: seed hair from cotton boll, lint (long), linters, (short)
- coir: hairs from husk of coconut palm
- kapok: hairs from pod of kapok tree
- cell types: fibers
- architecture: cotton: collapsed lumen, convolutions
Add image 8 : file
Add image 9 : image
Fourth Level header
Test out how references work! Let's quote another page! 
Now go look how it appears down in the Reference section.
- This is a page about book cloth, from the AIC Wiki.