Awesome Asciidoctor: Using Paragraphs in Lists With List Item Continuation

When we write a list in Asciidoctor we can simply create a list item by starting the line with a dot (.). To create a another list item we simply start a new line with a dot (.). But what if we want to add a list item with multiple paragraphs, or text and a source code block element. We can use the list item continuation (+) to indicate to Asciidoctor we want to keep these together for a single list item.

In the following example we have a list in Asciidoctor markup. The second list item has multiple paragraphs , the third item has an extra admonition block and the fourth item contains a source code block:

Let’s generate this Asciidoctor markup to HTML and we see the following result:

We see how the extra paragraph, admonition and source code are part of a single list item.

Written with Asciidoctor

Original post

This entry was posted in Asciidoctor, Coding and tagged by mrhaki. Bookmark the permalink.

About mrhaki

My name is Hubert A. Klein Ikkink also known as mrhaki. I work at the great IT company JDriven. Here I work on projects with Groovy & Grails, Gradle and Spring. At JDriven we focus on SpringSource technologies. All colleagues want to learn new technologies, support craftmanship and are very eager to learn. This is truly a great environment to work in. You can contact me via Google+ or @mrhaki.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *