Testing Page for Web Applications

This is a testing page for web applications.

This testing page is a modified version of the style page that uses a modified style sheet with parameters unlikely chosen to customize browsers.

Headings Paragraphs Lists and Tables

Just above there is a heading. In any page there is only one first level heading, placed at the very top visible, containing the title of the document. Second level headings are optional. If a page belongs to a large set, headings may be replaced by a header and a footer and the document title is part of the header. This is a paragraph.

An unordered list:

An ordered list (formatted via the more general definition list, to display uniform indentation for any number of items and to control numbering properly):

First phrase
Second phrase

A definition list:

First Title
First phrase
Second Title
Second phrase

All lists are displayed with a bullet for each item. Ordered lists look like a special case of definition lists, unordered lists like a special cases of ordered lists. Lists may include complete sentences instead of phrases and may be nested in more levels:

Lists may also be mixed:

First Title
First level, first sentence. Introduces:
Second Title
First level, second sentence. Introduces:

A table:

First Title Second Title
First phrase Second phrase

Like lists, tables may have no titles and include complete sentences instead of phrases:

First sentence.
Second sentence.