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Example Dedication

The optional dedication goes here.

This document is an AsciiDoc multi-part book skeleton containing briefly annotated element placeholders plus a couple of example index entries and footnotes. Books are normally used to generate DocBook markup and the preface, appendix, bibliography, glossary and index section titles are significant (specialsections).

[Note]

Multi-part books differ from all other AsciiDoc document formats in that top level sections (dedication, preface, book parts, appendices, bibliography, glossary, index) must be level zero headings (not level one).

Table of Contents

Example Preface
1. Preface Sub-section
I. The First Part of the Book
1. The First Chapter
1.1. Sub-section with Anchor
1.1.1. Chapter Sub-section
2. The Second Chapter
II. The Second Part of the Book
3. The First Chapter of the Second Part
A. Example Appendix
A.1. Appendix Sub-section
Example Bibliography
Example Glossary
Example Index

List of Figures

1.1. Tiger block image

List of Tables

1.1. An example table

List of Examples

1.1. An example example

Example Preface

The optional book preface goes here at section level zero.

1. Preface Sub-section

[Note]

Preface and appendix subsections start out of sequence at level 2 (level 1 is skipped). This only applies to multi-part book documents.

Part I. The First Part of the Book

Optional part introduction title

Optional part introduction goes here.

Chapter 1. The First Chapter

Chapters can be grouped by preceeding them with a level 0 Book Part title.

Book chapters are at level 1 and can contain sub-sections nested up to three deep. [1]

It’s also worth noting that a book part can have it’s own preface, bibliography, glossary and index. Chapters can have their own bibliography, glossary and index.

And now for something completely different: monkeys, lions and tigers (Bengal and Siberian) using the alternative syntax index entries. Note that multi-entry terms generate separate index entries.

Here are a couple of image examples: an images/smallnew.png example inline image followed by an example block image:

Figure 1.1. Tiger block image

Tiger image

Followed by an example table:

Table 1.1. An example table

Option Description

-a USER GROUP

Add USER to GROUP.

-R GROUP

Disables access to GROUP.


Example 1.1. An example example

Lorum ipum…


1.1. Sub-section with Anchor

Sub-section at level 2.

1.1.1. Chapter Sub-section

Sub-section at level 3.

Chapter Sub-section

Sub-section at level 4.

This is the maximum sub-section depth supported by the distributed AsciiDoc configuration. [2]



[1] An example footnote.

[2] A second example footnote.

Chapter 2. The Second Chapter

An example link to anchor at start of the first sub-section.

An example link to a bibliography entry [taoup].

Part II. The Second Part of the Book

Chapter 3. The First Chapter of the Second Part

Chapters grouped into book parts are at level 1 and can contain sub-sections.

Appendix A. Example Appendix

One or more optional appendixes go here at section level zero.

A.1. Appendix Sub-section

[Note]

Preface and appendix subsections start out of sequence at level 2 (level 1 is skipped). This only applies to multi-part book documents.

Example Bibliography

The bibliography list is a style of AsciiDoc bulleted list.

[taoup] Eric Steven Raymond. The Art of Unix Programming. Addison-Wesley. ISBN 0-13-142901-9.

[walsh-muellner] Norman Walsh & Leonard Muellner. DocBook - The Definitive Guide. O’Reilly & Associates. 1999. ISBN 1-56592-580-7.

Example Glossary

Glossaries are optional. Glossaries entries are an example of a style of AsciiDoc labeled lists.

A glossary term

The corresponding (indented) definition.

A second glossary term

The corresponding (indented) definition.

Example Colophon

Text at the end of a book describing facts about its production.

Example Index

B

Bengal Tiger, The First Chapter
Big cats
Lions, The First Chapter
Tigers
Bengal Tiger, The First Chapter
Siberian Tiger, The First Chapter

E

Example index entry, The First Chapter

S

Second example index entry, The Second Chapter
Siberian Tiger, The First Chapter

T

Tigers
Bengal Tiger, The First Chapter
Siberian Tiger, The First Chapter