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== Heading 2 ==

Here is ''Italic text'' and here is '''Bold text'''. Here is <code>code-style text & stuff; markup is still processed.</code>. Here is {{File|/a/path/name}}: Template:File. Here is [[Internal pagetitle|an internal pagetitle]]: an internal pagetitle. Here is [http://www.example.org/ an external link]: an external link. Here is an Alpine Issue link {{Issue|279}}: #279.


Here is one line, followed by <br />
and another line.

Here is <!-- a comment -->.

Here is

File:Example.jpg
Caption text

. Here is {{Cmd|a command to try}}:

a command to try

.

  • Here is a bulleted list item.
  1. Here is a numbered list item.

{{Gloss|item|Body text}} produces:

item
Body text

:Simply indented text.

Here is a

-formatted block. <em>Markup is still processed</em> and only the first leading space is suppressed.

--~~~~ gives a signature and timestamp: --~~~~



= Notification boxes =
<code>{{Tip|Write Your Tip Here.}}</code>
{{Tip|Write Your Tip Here.}}
<code>{{Note|Write Your Note Here.}}</code>
{{Note|Write Your Note Here.}}
<code>{{Warning|Write Your Warning Here.}}</code>
{{Warning|Write Your Warning Here.}}
<code>{{Todo|Write Your Todo-notes Here.}}</code>
{{Todo|Write Your Todo-notes Here.}}

For other boxes, see [[Template:Box]]

{{Obsolete|Message.}} produces:
{{Obsolete|Message.}}

{{Draft|Message.}} produces:
{{Draft|Message.}}


<hr>


= Downloads =
In general when pointing to Alpine Linux downloads stick with the '''[[Downloads|Downloads Page]]''', but if you by any meaning will need to include direct download information, do so by using one of below.
== Buttons ==
{| cellspacing="4" 
|- valign="top"
|width="25%" class="ClassForFutureCSS" |
<div style="padding: .4em .9em .1em">
<p style="text-align:center"><code>{{download|alpine}}</code></p>
For standard</div>
|width="25%" class="ClassForFutureCSS" |
<div style="padding: .4em .9em .1em">
<p style="text-align:center"><code>{{download|alpine-mini}}</code></p>
For mini</div>
|width="25%" class="ClassForFutureCSS" |
<div style="padding: .4em .9em .1em">
<p style="text-align:center"><code>{{download|alpine-vserver}}</code></p>
For VServer</div>
|width="25%" class="ClassForFutureCSS" |
<div style="padding: .4em .9em .1em">
<p style="text-align:center"><code>{{downloaddev|alpine}}</code></p>
Dev standard</div>
|- valign="top"
| <div style="padding: .4em .9em .9em"><center>{{download|alpine}}</center></div>
| <div style="padding: .4em .9em .9em"><center>{{download|alpine-mini}}</center></div>
| <div style="padding: .4em .9em .9em"><center>{{download|alpine-vserver}}</center></div>
| <div style="padding: .4em .9em .9em"><center>{{downloaddev|alpine}}</center></div>
|}
== Links ==
*<code>{{#latestalp:alpine|url}}</code> will give you latest download url for Alpine Linux Standard:<br/>
:{{#latestalp:alpine|url}}
*<code>{{#latestalp:alpine-mini|url}}</code> will give you latest download url for Alpine Linux mini:<br/>
:{{#latestalp:alpine|url}}
*<code>{{#latestalp:alpine-vserver|url}}</code> will give you latest download url for Alpine Linux VServer:<br/>
:{{#latestalp:alpine|url}}
<big>'''Example:'''</big><br/>
Typing...
 Start from [{{#latestalp:alpine|url}} Downloading latest Alpine Linux Standard], than continue ...
'''Will produce:'''<br/>
Start from [{{#latestalp:alpine|url}} Downloading latest Alpine Linux Standard], than continue ...



= Making New Templates =

In '''Template:Foo''':

<pre><noinclude>{{Template}}

'''Short description.'''

See also:

* [[:Template:Bar]]

====Usage====

<code>{{Foo|Arg1|Arg2}}</code>

====Example====

{{Foo|Arg1|Arg2}}
</noinclude>
<includeonly>
markup ... {{{1}}} {{{2|default}}} ...
</includeonly>


Codeline

This template can also be used for commands?

Example:

{{Codeline|apk upgrade -U}}

Will produce: apk upgrade -U