## Help: Admonitions

Admonitions are used to make some text stand out or to point out something which doesn’t fit in the normal flow of the text.

There are five different admonitions currently supported by the Modern theme. They are warning, caution, important, note and tip. Below is an example of the caution admonition.

{{{#!wiki caution
'''Don't overuse admonitions'''

Admonitions should be used with care. A page riddled with admonitions will look restless and will be harder to follow then a page where admonitions are used sparingly.
}}}


Don’t overuse admonitions

Admonitions should be used with care. A page riddled with admonitions will look restless and will be harder to follow then a page where admonitions are used sparingly.

The other admonition styles are:

Warning

Use warnings when there is a risk of bodily harm or dataloss.

Important

Remember that in the new wiki-syntax the terminating } }} need to be on a separate line.

Note

You can use normal markup and links in the admonition.

Tip

For syntax examples, please read the raw source markup of this page.

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