[#7938] throw in another article
diff --git a/_src/allura-theme/templates/article_list.html b/_src/allura-theme/templates/article_list.html
index 5821853..c514f75 100644
--- a/_src/allura-theme/templates/article_list.html
+++ b/_src/allura-theme/templates/article_list.html
@@ -7,9 +7,9 @@
 <h2>All articles</h2>
 {% endblock %}
-<div class="row bg-white pad-vert-lg text-center">
+<div class="row bg-white pad-bot-md text-center">
 {% for article in articles_page.object_list %}
-  <div class="row">
+  <div class="row pad-top-md">
     <h3><a class="text-black" href="{{ SITEURL }}/{{ article.url }}">{{ article.title }}</a></h3>
diff --git a/_src/content/2015-markdown-editor.md b/_src/content/2015-markdown-editor.md
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4015cfa
--- /dev/null
+++ b/_src/content/2015-markdown-editor.md
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
+Title: New Markdown Editor
+Date: 2015-07-29
+Tags: feature
+Slug: markdown-editor
+Summary: New markdown editor provides live syntax highlighting and a helpful toolbar.
+Allura's markdown editor has been completely replaced.  Previously a simple textarea with limited assistance, it now runs
+the [SimpleMDE Markdown Editor](http://nextstepwebs.github.io/simplemde-markdown-editor/) and includes live syntax highlighting and
+a helpful toolbar.  It will be included in the next release of Allura, or is available now by using the latest code from `git`.
+Markdown is a core part of Allura and is used in every text area, including tickets, wiki pages, commenting, etc.  Markdown
+makes it easy to do simple formatting of your text, but not everyone is familiar with it.  The existing formatting help
+and preview mode was helpful, but we wanted to do more.
+The new editor's live syntax highlighting makes it really easy
+to get an idea of what your text is going to look like and avoid formatting mistakes.  The preview mode is still there
+to show you an exact rendering of the formatting.  And then the toolbar makes common formatting operations very easy.
+It's a time saver and allows people new to Markdown to format their text without reading the comprehensive formatting
+reference page.