As you use dilo, you will notice that when you type on the left side, you will see a preview on the right. That means, if you use the menu to make a word or two in bold on the left editor it will look like:
**a word or two in bold**
on the right it will look like
a word or two in bold
Dilo can also help display media. By simply putting a web address (URL) on a blank line. For example, I have a photo of a colorful grasshopper from the photo site flickr at this address https://www.flickr.com/photos/cogdog/9855443536 -- in the middle of a paragraph, dlio will make that a link, but put as plain text on an empty line...
You will see the photo!
This works as well for YouTube videos, like our good bye cheer in June... put the web address on a blank line like
and dilo puts the video in the page!
This can also work for twitter messages:
And a google document, if publicly shared, should show up in a dlio page. Here is a resource my students created in a media class. The URL on a blank line in dlip:
Becomes a small preview of the document.
Experiment with other kinds of links, and share what you discover.