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3.8 Markdown syntax help (NEW)

Use these special formatting rules to create nicely formatted content pages without having to use complicated editors.

1) Headers

2) Tables

3) Links

4) Images

5) Selection menu

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1. Headers

##Title
###Header
####Subheader
__Bold__

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2. Tables

| __Start time__ | __Race__ |
| --- | --- |
| 10:00 AM | 10K |
| 11:00 AM | 5K |

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3. Links

####Text link:
[Click here](www.website.com)

####Clickable link:
* [Become a Sponsor](www.sponsor.com)

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4. Images

####Image

[photo:04ea354e-a48e-40cc-a72f-2e98fde0bae2]

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5. Selection menu

This is an example of a selection menu. You should first create the different content pages for Program, Marathon Sport Expo, Accessibility, Courses, Maps, etc. Then you can create a new content page, which links to all those different content pages.

####Language selection menu

* [[slug|EXPO SPORTS (CAT)]]

* [[slug|EXPO SPORTS (ENG)]]

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### 🇳🇱 Nederlands

Hier vind je alle belangrijke event informatie. Via de pijltjes onderaan < > kun je naar de vorige of volgende pagina navigeren.

Example:[Name of the page](slug)

* [Programma](program)
* [Marathon Sport Expo](marathonsportexpo)
* [Bereikbaarheid](bereikbaarheid)
* [Parcourskaarten](parcoursen)
* [Plattegronden](plattegronden)

### 🇬🇧 English

Here you find all the important event information. Navigate via the arrows below < > to the previous or next page.

Example:[Name of the page](slug)

* [Programme](programme)
* [Marathon Sport Expo](marathonsportexpoen)
* [Accessibility](accessibility)
* [Courses](courses)
* [Maps](maps)

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