In the past, creating warnings and notes using templates could sometimes be tricky. That’s because the MindTouch software we used to run didn’t let you start an HTML block in one template, have some text, then use another template to end the block. The Kuma wiki we use now, however, does allow this. This helps alleviate some of the issues we have with the fact that you can’t nest templates in Kuma articles.
To create a complex block, you can now do this:
We’ll be adding more templates for doing things like this, some of which will really help a lot (such as for building compatibility tables, which are broken right now if you use certain templates for building them). However, that will mean twiddling existing content to use them. Unfortunately, adding support for nested templates is a big project, and we have other things that need doing right now.