phrase markup:simple

The simplicity of Xilize is inherited from its Texile roots. Phrases are marked up by placing symbols on either side of one or more words.

Xilize markup browser rendering
The underscore is for emphasis _like this_.

Here are the ones most frequently used--although rarely in such a dense group:

Other examples include *strong*, -strikethrough-, +inserted text+, ++bigger text++, --smaller text--, ??citation??, ^superscript^, and ~subscript~ as well as the out-of-favor **bold** and __italic__.

The underscore is for emphasis like this.

Here are the ones most frequently used—although rarely in such a dense group:

Other examples include strong, strikethrough, inserted text, bigger text, smaller text, citation, superscript, and subscript as well as the out-of-favor bold and italic.

XHTML generated

<p>The underscore is for emphasis <em>like this</em>.
  </p>

<p>Here are the ones most frequently used&#8212;although rarely in such
 a dense group:</p>

<p>Other examples include <strong>strong</strong>, <del>strikethrough</del>,
 <ins>inserted text</ins>, <big>bigger text</big>, <small>smaller
 text</small>, <cite>citation</cite>, <sup>superscript</sup>,
 and <sub>subscript</sub> as well as the out-of-favor <b>bold</b>
 and <i>italic</i>.</p>