Markdown Tutorial

Markdown is a simple markup language that looks like plain text, but can be rendered to html!

Headings

Headings can be added by putting #s at the start of a line:

# h1
## h2
### h3

Renders as:

h1

h2

h3

Paragraphs

Text seperated by a blank line creates a pair of paragraphs.

paragraph 1

paragraph 2

Renders as:

paragraph 1

paragraph 2

Unordered lists

Use *s, +s, or -s for unordered lists:

* my shopping list
- cat food
+ chips
* extra-hot salsa

Renders as:

Ordered lists

Use numbers followed by a . for ordered lists:

1. chop and shape meat into patties
2. fry the patties
3. toast the bun
1. the number doesn't matter
1. it will automagically corrcet the order

Renders as:

  1. chop and shape meat into patties
  2. fry the patties
  3. toast the bun
  4. the number doesn’t matter
  5. it will automagically corrcet the order

Horizontal Rules

Use hyphens or asterisks for rules:

----
****

Renders as:



Blockquotes

Use greater-than signs, as in email or imageboards:

> using meme arrows
> in markdown

Renders as:

using meme arrows in markdown

Span elements

Links look like this:

[Check out this article in markdown!](markdown.md)

Check out this article in markdown!

Emphasis works with asterisks or underscores:

*em* _em_ **strong** __strong__

em em strong strong

Code blocks are indented by 4 spaces.

Images work like this:

![Alt text](cool.png)

Alt text