Commit 41beac7e authored by Dan Allen's avatar Dan Allen
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Typos and missing words (PR #30)

No major changes, only some typos in the first half of  `Block context, style, and content model`

Authored by: Younes-L <Younes-L@users.noreply.github.com>
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......@@ -36,18 +36,18 @@ The content model determines how the content inside of the block is processed.
The content models are as follows:
compound:: a block that only contains other blocks (e.g., a section block)
simple:: a block that is treated as contiguous lines of paragraph text (and subject to normal substitutions) (e.g., a paragraph blokc)
verbatim:: a block holds verbatim text (displayed "as is") (and subject to verbatim substitutions) (e.g., a listing block)
raw:: a block that holds unprocessed content passed directly through to the output with no sustitutions applied (e.g., a passthrough block)
empty:: a block block that has no content (e.g., an image block)
simple:: a block that is treated as contiguous lines of paragraph text (and subject to normal substitutions) (e.g., a paragraph block)
verbatim:: a block that holds verbatim text (displayed "as is") (and subject to verbatim substitutions) (e.g., a listing block)
raw:: a block that holds unprocessed content passed directly through to the output with no substitutions applied (e.g., a passthrough block)
empty:: a block that has no content (e.g., an image block)
All sections have the compound content model because they can only contain other blocks.
For some blocks, you may notice a name enclosed in square brackets above the block (e.g., `[source]`).
In this case, the the first positional (unnamed) attribute in the block attribute list is being used to specify the block style.
In this case, the first positional (unnamed) attribute in the block attribute list is being used to specify the block style.
The block style elaborates the block's context.
The style is almost always be specified by the writer.
The style is almost always to be specified by the writer.
Consider the following example of a source block:
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