Layout test

Header one

Header two

Header three

Header four

Header five
Header six

Blockquote Tests

Blockquote:

Here’s a one line quote.

This part isn’t quoted. Here’s a longer quote:

It’s like a language. You learn the alphabet, which are the scales. You learn sentences, which are the chords. And then you talk extemporaneously with the horn. It’s a wonderful thing to speak extemporaneously, which is something I’ve never gotten the hang of. But musically I love to talk just off the top of my head. And that’s what jazz music is all about.

Stan Getz

And some trailing text.

Table Layout Test

Title Views
About Test User 1 More
260 1 More
Archives 1 More
235 1 More

List Type Tests

Definition List

Definition List Title
This is a definition list division.
Definition
An exact statement or description of the nature, scope, or meaning of something: our definition of what constitutes poetry.
Gallery
A feature introduced with WordPress 2.5, that is specifically an exposition of images attached to a post. In that same vein, an upload is “attached to a post” when you upload it while editing a post.
Gravatar
A globally recognized avatar (a graphic image or picture that represents a user). A gravatar is associated with an email address, and is maintained by the Gravatar.com service. Using this service, a blog owner can configure their blog so that a user’s gravatar is displayed along with their comments.

Unordered List (Nested)

  • List item one
    • List item one
      • List item one
      • List item two
      • List item three
      • List item four
    • List item two
    • List item three
    • List item four
  • List item two
  • List item three
  • List item four

Ordered List

  1. List item one
    1. List item one
      1. List item one
      2. List item two
      3. List item three
      4. List item four
    2. List item two
    3. List item three
    4. List item four
  2. List item two
  3. List item three
  4. List item four

HTML Element Tag Tests

All other HTML tags listed in the FAQ:

Here is the address for Automattic, using the <address> tag:

355 1st Street Suite 202

San Francisco, CA 94105

United States

This is an example of an <anchor> (otherwise known as a link). This abbr. is an example of an <abbr> tag in the middle of a sentence. Can you cite a reference for that, using the <cite> tag? Have you noticed that all of the tag names are displayed in code-form, using the <code> tag? Similarly, I could emulate keyboard text, using the <kbd> text tag.

Oh no! I wrote something incorrectly. I’d better delete it, using the <del> tag. I could alternately strike something out using the <s> tag. So many choices, which I emphasize using the <em> tag. Just to clarify, this is some inserted text, that I’ll highlight using the <ins> tag.

Need to display completely unformatted text, such as a large block of code? Use the <pre> tag, which lets you display:

#container {

	float: left;

	margin: 0 -240px 0 0;

	width: 100%;

        and here's a line of some really, really, really, really long text, just to see how the PRE tag handles it and to find out how it overflows;

}

Want to quote the WordPress tagline Code is Poetry? Use the <q> tag to add quotes around it. This is strong text (otherwise known as bold), using the <strong> tag.

Need to write H2O or E = MC2? You may find great use for subscripting text using the <sub> tag, or for superscripting text using the <sup> tag. Need to call out a variable? Use the <var> tag.

HTML5-Deprecated Tags

If your Theme uses the HTML doctype (HTML5), then you don’t need to worry about writing a TLA using the <acronym> tag, writing some over-sized text using the <big> tag, striking something out using the <strike> tag, or emulating teletype text using the <tt> tag, because HTML5 doesn’t support them!

Div and Span Tests

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit.

This is a div with “myclass” class, inside of another div, using the <div> tag.

Sed odio nibh, tincidunt adipiscing, pretium nec, tincidunt id, enim. Fusce scelerisque nunc vitae nisl.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. This is a span inside of a paragraph, using the <span> tag. Sed odio nibh, tincidunt adipiscing, pretium nec, tincidunt id, enim. Fusce scelerisque nunc vitae nisl.

LYME BAY RIB CHARTER COVID19 PRECAUTIONS

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BEFORE YOU LEAVE HOME

Please ensure you bring your own face covering. You will not be allowed on the pontoon or RIB without it.

Please ensure you have made your booking with us in advance online or by telephone.

Check the weather on the day of your trip. Ensure you bring along suitable clothing where necessary. We are unable to offer any wet weather clothing or loan kit. Please remember: No naked bodies! Wear a T-shirt at least!

If any of your party are showing any symptoms of Covid19, please do not leave home and contact our team immediately.

ON ARRIVAL WITH US

You will be checked in verbally at a safe distance by our shore crew. Please do not bring along a paper copy of your booking confirmation but instead have a copy on your phone (email or photo).

We ask passengers to arrive 15 minutes before departure, for check in, kit-up and a safety brief. If you arrive earlier you will not yet have access to the pontoon because of social distancing measures.

SANITATION AND HYGIENE

Wash your hands!
A hand sanitising station is provided for you upon arrival. Vessels will be fully sanitised at the start of day, between trips and again at the end of the day.

Areas with regular hand contact, such as handrails and tables, will be cleaned with disinfectant on a regular basis.

Fully sanitised lifejackets will be issued and kit up instructions, safety announcement will be given by our crew from a safe distance. The crew will also ensure they have been fitted correctly prior to allowing you to board our vessels.

Our crew will be positioned at the helm during your trip which observes the safe social distancing protocol.

We will be using contactless IR thermometers to screen all employees prior to the start of their workday.

All of our crew will be wearing face coverings at all times. We will supply PPE to all of our crew at the start of each day and will also have a spare supply onboard our vessels.

Groups of up to 11 passengers from the same household can hire the boat for their own private use and we are happy to discuss bespoke requests / transfers.

Any person displaying signs of Covid19 will have their temperature taken via a non-intrusive contactless IR thermometer. If the reading does not comply with NHS guidelines neither them nor anyone from their party will be allowed on our vessels

I have read and agree with the instructions outlined above.