extension : .md or .markdown
markdown processor (parser) converts markdown to html
https://jekyllrb.com/ + github pages
cms : https://ghost.org/
# Heading level 1
<h1>Heading level 1</h1>
## h2, ### h3 up to ###### h6
on the line below the text, add any number of
== characters for heading level 1 or
-- characters for heading level 2.
always put a space between the number signs and the heading name.
You should also put blank lines before and after a heading
use blank lines
don’t indent paragraphs with spaces or tabs unless in list
end a line with two or more spaces, and then type return.
two asterisks or underscores before and after a word or phrase. To bold the middle of a word for emphasis, add two asterisks without spaces around the letters.
For compatibility, use asterisks to bold the middle of a word for emphasis.
one asterisk/underscore like bold
Bold and Italic
> in front of a paragraph.
Blockquotes with Multiple Paragraphs
>on the blank lines between the paragraphs.
Nested BlockquotesAdd a
>>in front of the paragraph you want to nest.
For compatibility, put blank lines before and after blockquotes.
Ordered Lists add line items with numbers followed by periods.he numbers don’t have to be in numerical order, but the list should start with the number one.
-), asterisks (
*), or plus signs (
+) in front of line items. Indent one or more items to create a nested list.
Adding Elements in ListsTo add another element in a list while preserving the continuity of the list, indent the element four spaces or one tab
Code Blocks indented four spaces or one tab. When they’re in a list, indent them eight spaces or two tabs.
To add an image, add an exclamation mark (
followed by alt text in brackets, and the path or URL to the image
asset in parentheses. You can optionally add a title in quotation marks
after the path or URL.
To denote a word or phrase as code, enclose it in backticks (
escape it by enclosing the word or phrase in double backticks (
To create code blocks, indent every line of the block by at least four spaces or one tab.
use three or more asterisks (
***), dashes (
---), or underscores (
___) on a line by themselves.
For compatibility, put blank lines before and after horizontal rules.
link text in brackets  follow it immediately with the URL in parentheses ()
title for a link. This will appear as a tooltip when the user hovers over the link. To add a title, enclose it in quotation marks after the URL
My favorite search engine is [Duck Duck Go](https://duckduckgo.com "The best search engine for privacy").
URLs and Email Addresses
To quickly turn a URL or email address into a link, enclose it in angle brackets.
<https://www.markdownguide.org> <[email protected]>
add asterisks before and after the brackets and parentheses. To denote links as code, add backticks in the brackets.
Reference-style links are a special kind of link that make URLs easier to display and read in Markdown. Reference-style links are constructed in two parts: the part you keep inline with your text and the part you store somewhere else in the file to keep the text easy to read.
Formatting the First Part of the Link
wo sets of brackets. The first set of brackets surrounds the text that should appear linked. The second set of brackets displays a label used to point to the link you’re storing elsewhere in your document.
Formatting the Second Part of the Link
- The label, in brackets, followed immediately by a colon and at least one space (e.g.,
- The URL for the link, which you can optionally enclose in angle brackets.
- The optional title for the link, which you can enclose in double quotes, single quotes, or parentheses.
An Example Putting the Parts Together
In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was a [hobbit-hole], and that means comfort. : <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hobbit#Lifestyle> "Hobbit lifestyles"
For compatibility, try to URL encode any spaces with
enclose the Markdown for the image in brackets, and then add the link in parentheses.
[![An old rock in the desert](https://live.staticflickr.com/389/31833779864_38b5c9d52e_z.jpg "Shiprock, New Mexico by Beau Rogers")](https://www.flickr.com/photos/beaurogers/31833779864/in/photolist-Qv3rFw-34mt9F-a9Cmfy-5Ha3Zi-9msKdv-o3hgjr-hWpUte-4WMsJ1-KUQ8N-deshUb-vssBD-6CQci6-8AFCiD-zsJWT-nNfsgB-dPDwZJ-bn9JGn-5HtSXY-6CUhAL-a4UTXB-ugPum-KUPSo-fBLNm-6CUmpy-4WMsc9-8a7D3T-83KJev-6CQ2bK-nNusHJ-a78rQH-nw3NvT-7aq2qf-8wwBso-3nNceh-ugSKP-4mh4kh-bbeeqH-a7biME-q3PtTf-brFpgb-cg38zw-bXMZc-nJPELD-f58Lmo-bXMYG-bz8AAi-bxNtNT-bXMYi-bXMY6-bXMYv)
add a backslash (
\) in front of the character.
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