This is here to test @-moz-document. This text should be 100px.

This is a level 1 header.

This is a level 2 header.

This is a level 3 header.

This is a level 4 header.

This is a level 5 header.
This is a level 6 header.
This normal body text.

This is italic body text.

This is bold body text.

This is underlined body text.

This is a left aligned paragraph which has some of the above styles combined. This text , for example, is both bold and underlined while this text is both bold and italic and this text has all three styles.The nice thing is that these attributes are reflected in the format toolbar above; move the cursor in an italicized piece of text and it will show up in the state of the 'italic' button. The same is true for text which has a foreground color [such as this text] or a background color [such as this text]. And here is some text that has it all.

This is a paragraph with justified text. I could tell the same story here as above just to fill out the paragraph so the justification shows up properly but I'd rather choose to do something different this time like indenting text. Okay, here goes, the following text should be indentend:

Here is some indented text.
And even after inserting a [HRt] the text stays indented until I tell the Editor to outdent the text again. The following text therefore, should have a normal margin.
Hm, that doesn't seem to work...

Whew, I had to do this by hand. Editor 0, me 1.

Okay, let's see how the Editor handles right justified text. As I'm making this up as I go along, I'm making this up as I go along. Which could get quite boring in the end. But we still need some more nonsense to make sense of this thing called HTML formatting. Ah, a few more words and we should be in business.

Well, that looks okay. Now for a centered paragraph. Where we need more text to pad the paragraph [this is getting monotonous; I wish I had that bit of Latin at hand they use in Mozilla's tests. Anyway, this seems to do fine for the moment].

Hm... That took some wrangling wih raw source as well. Which, by the way, doesn't look too bad, considering. Have a look [which gives me a chance to try out preformatted stuff, hi hi].

Hm, that doesn't seem to work...<br>
</div>

<div style="text-align: justify;"><br>
Whew, I had to do this by hand. Editor 0, me 1.<br>
</div>

<br>

<div style="text-align: right;">Okay, let's see how the Editor handles right
justified text. As I'm making this up as I go along, I'm making this up as I go along

Well, took me a while to figure out where to find pre text [it turned out to be under the 'Format | Paragraph' menu] but I must say the result is not too bad. So far so good. Now let's try a couple of lists and a table.

An unordered list:

And an ordered one:
  1. item1
  2. item2
  3. item3
  4. item4
A table:
Hmm... Not bad
for such
a little editor.
Now let's see
if we can insert
an image...
nx-01 This is the ship for the new Star Trek Enterprise series
Wow... this thing really worx!
And very well at that
I must say.
Good job fellas.
Let's have
some more
text.

and now we're out of the table. Congrats to the people @ Mozilla. This was a piece of cake.

Okay, with that done, let's see if we can 'publish' this thing.

Well, it gets 'published'... sort of: it ends up in brains/~lester/test.html rather than test.brains/test.html but still... And I must say, the formatting menu worx pretty well also, judging by the few <tt> snippets I have there.Well done, people!

Now let's see if we can insert a form.