Markdown

https://commonmark.org

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Titles

Titles are lines of text that begin with a # followed by a space.

This markdown syntax ..

# A big title

.. produces

A big title

The more # you add, the smaller titles become.

This markdown syntax ..

## A smaller title

.. produces

A smaller title


Paragraphs

Use a blank line to separate one or more lines of text and you will create paragraphs.

This markdown syntax ..

Use free software.

It is respectful.

.. produces

Use free software.

It is respectful.

Line breaks

You can put each sentence into a separate line and they will be displayed in a single line.

This markdown syntax ..

Other animals and plants deserve our respect.
Take care of them,
be kind.

.. produces

Other animals and plants deserve our respect. Take care of them, be kind.

If you want to use different lines without using paragraphs, add two spaces at the end of the line.

This markdown syntax ..

Other animals and plants deserve our respect.··
Take care of them,··
be kind.

.. produces

Other animals and plants deserve our respect.
Take care of them,
be kind.

Mark up text

You can make a text bold, italic, crossed out or monospace (also known as 'code')

Lists

Unordered lists

Begin each line with a + followed by a space.

This markdown syntax ..

+ The first item
+ Number two
+ The last item

.. produces

  • The first item
  • Number two
  • The last item

Ordered lists

Begin each line with 1. followed by a space.

This markdown syntax ..

1. The first item
2. Number two
3. The last item

.. produces

  1. The first item
  2. Number two
  3. The last item

Indented lists

Create an indented list by adding two empty spaces to the beginning of the line.

This markdown syntax ..

* The first item
* Number two
  1. A sub item
  2. And another
* The last item
  * More last item items
  * The very last item

.. produces

  • The first item
  • Number two
    1. A sub item
    2. And another
  • The last item
    • More last item items
    • The very last item

Links

Images