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This is the first paragraph on our testpage. Try to keep your introduction short. (The word "short" is an internal link; because there is no page called "short" the link is red instead of blue.) Please klick edit for seeing the backend and compare it to the frontend.

First Paragraph

This is the blindtext for our first paragraph: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donec nibh risus, placerat nec molestie sit amet, venenatis vel arcu. Sed ut porttitor lectus. Sed pellentesque euismod interdum. Pellentesque ut justo ultrices, volutpat tortor vehicula, blandit dolor.

Praesent rhoncus eu mi id faucibus. Sed convallis ex sed nunc volutpat, sit amet congue lectus viverra.
Sed id lobortis magna. Vivamus non faucibus dui. Maecenas et sodales enim. Praesent massa nisi, aliquam sit amet libero at, tempus malesuada odio. Sed gravida dictum euismod. [1]

List in our first Paragraph

  • 2013 asgsgh
  • 2012 asdfgafb
  • 2011 asfdafd
Comment on the list

(I used * at the beginning of every line of this list; and :: in front of the word Comment to insert a tab)

Second Paragraph

Another blindtext paragraph with an external Lint to the german Wikipedia article about Bildwissenschaft

If you want to link within the crowdsociety-wiki, you have to use two [ ... like this: An internal link to our Main Page.

And here I inserted a picture, that I uploaded before:

...if you dont have a picture yet, you can user a placeholder like this:

Test for embedded video


  • Tayfun Belgin (Hrsg.): Christine und Irene Hohenbüchler – ... ansehen als ..., ... regarding as ... König u. a., Köln u. a. 2007, ISBN 978-3-9502333-0-8.
  • Dorothee Messmer, Markus Landert (Hrsg.): Wilde Gärten. Christine und Irene Hohenbüchler. Niggli, Sulgen u. a. 2004, ISBN 3-7212-0523-5.


  1. About the blindtext Lorem Ipsum Downloaded on Nov. 24, 2014

(enter the word "references /" in two < >and this register will be created automatically, if you always used "ref" in two < > for your quotes and references in your paragraphs. If you still don't know how to use references, take a look at the backend.)