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Markdown to html

Convert Markdown to HTML

Paste or type your markdown and see it rendered as HTML. Download or copy the resulting HTML.

Coming Soon! This page will also allow you to:

  • Save stylesheets to use with your conversion
  • Edit the configuration settings for conversion

Markdown Syntax Cheatsheet

This is a quick reference for Markdown syntax. A more complete guide can be found on GitHub.

Basic Formatting

  • Bold: **Bold**
  • Emphasized: *Emphasized*
  • Strikethrough :
  • Horizontal rules: — (three hyphens), *** (three asterisks), or ___ (three underscores).
  • Headings

    All heading levels (e.g. H1, H2, etc), are marked by # at the beginning of a line. For example, an H1 is # Heading 1 and an H2 is ## Heading 2 . This continues to ###### Heading 6 .

    Links

    Links can be created using several methods:

    • Links can be [inline](https://markdowntohtml.com)
    • Inline links can [have a title](https://markdowntohtml.com «Awesome Markdown Converter»)
    • Also, there can be reference links that allow the URL to be placed later in the document:
      • Here is a [reference link][markdowntohtml] that links to this site.
      • References are case-insensitive (for example [this link][MarkDownToHTML] works).
      • References can also [use numbers][1] .
      • Or leave it empty and use the [link text itself] .
    • Also, you can use relative links [like this](../blob/master/LICENSE.txt).
    • URLs and URLs in angle brackets will automatically get turned into links: https://markdowntohtml.com or .

    URLs for reference links are somewhere later in the document like this:

    Images

    Images can also be inline or use a reference style, similar to links. Simply prepend an exclamation point to turn the link into an image. For example:

    Lists (Ordered Lists and Unordered Lists)

    Lists are made by using indentation and a beginning-of-line marker to indicate a list item. For example, unordered lists are made like this:

    Unordered lists can use an asterisk ( * ), plus ( + ), or minus ( — ) to indicate each list item.

    Ordered lists use a number at the beginning of the line. The numbers do not need to be incremented — this will happen for you automatically by the HTML. That makes it easier to re-order your ordered lists (in markdown) as needed.

    Also, ordered and unordered lists can be nested within each other. For example:

    Code and Syntax Highlighting

    Inline code uses `backticks` around it. Code blocks are either fenced by three backticks ( «` ) or indented four spaces. For example:

    Blockquotes

    Use > to offset text as a blockquote. For example:

    This is some part of a blockquote. Some more stuff.

    Copyright © Jeremy Thomerson — Expert Tech Services, LLC 2017

    Шпаргалка Markdown синтаксис в 2020

    Часто пишете, редактируете или оформляете контент? Попробуйте Markdown!

    Это мощный инструмент для копирайтеров, веб-разработчиков и контент-менеджеров. С его помощью вы сможете быстро и красиво оформлять текст. Синтаксис встроен в Ghost, Trello, Slack, Хабр и еще множество сервисов. Мы покажем несколько полезных трюков, которые сделают вас суперпользователем Markdown.

    Слушайте аудио-версию этой статьи!

    Что такое Markdown

    Markdown — облегченный язык разметки, созданный для удобства написания и чтения текстов. Он позволяет набирать текст, не используя HTML. Сам преобразует набранное, и делает это без мусора в коде.

    Вот простой пример использования Markdown:

    превращается в
    Экзотическая кошка — порода кошек с характерной приплюснутой мордочкой.

    Попробуйте сами! Онлайн-редактор откроется в новом окне.

    Почему Markdown так хорош

    Вы скажете, что Markdown бесполезен — ведь можно нажимать на кнопки форматирования в редакторе и не изучать новый язык разметки.

    Да, но задумайтесь: сколько времени вы тратите на нажатие этих самых кнопок? Может, секунду или даже меньше. А если вас настигло вдохновение и мысли идут потоком? Даже за секунду легко потерять нить своего повествования.

    Просто попробуйте использовать Markdown, и вы удивитесь, насколько естественен его синтаксис. Этим языком пользоваться намного проще, чем чистым HTML.

    Когда вы привыкнете к Markdown, вам будет очень сложно вернуться к прошлой жизни бесконечных лишних кликов.

    Мы создали для вас шпаргалку, в которой описали основные функции Маркдаун.

    Базовое форматирование

    Заголовки

    Чтобы создать заголовок, используйте #. Одна решетка — h1, шесть решёток — h6. Вот пример:

    Markdown сделает всё сам и отобразит вот так:

    Заголовок 2

    Заголовок 3

    Заголовок 4

    Текст

    Для форматирования текста в абзаце используются звездочки. Слово между двух звездочек выделяется курсивом, а между двух пар звездочек — жирным шрифтом. Чтобы поставить ссылку, не нужно писать теги и запоминать, что такое атрибуты. Смотрите, как просто:

    курсив
    жирный
    жирный курсив
    ссылка

    Картинки

    Чтобы вставить картинку, используется такой же синтаксис, как у ссылки, только со знаком восклицания:

    Как и в HTML, альтернативный текст и описание при наведении — необязательные атрибуты, и вы можете обойтись без них.

    Списки

    Чтобы сделать маркированный список, можно использовать *, + и -. Все эти символы Markdown превращает в элементы списка, самостоятельно добавляя теги

      и
      .

    + пример списка * чтобы сделать подпункт, нажмите tab — подпункт подпункта * второй пункт

    • пример списка
    • чтобы сделать подпункт, нажмите tab
    • подпункт подпункта
    • второй пункт

    Как видите, неважно, каким символом вы отмечаете пункты — можно хоть всеми по очереди. Вид подпунктов зависит только от условий в CSS.
    Для нумерованного списка ничего не нужно — просто расставьте цифры, а Markdown сам добавит нужные теги.

    Цитаты

    Цитаты оформляются с помощью символа >.

    Это цитата
    Если продолжить писать дальше, это тоже будет цитата.

    Надо дважды поставить «Enter».

    Исходный код

    Код, как в примерах выше, выделяется обратными апострофами ` — на клавиатуре они находятся на букве Ё. На макбуках эта клавиша возле левого shift или слева от буквы Z.
    Три апострофа «` выделяют блоки кода. Можно указать язык, и Markdown подсветит функции и теги.

    Что ещё

    Зачеркнутый текст
    Чтобы Markdown не воспринимал символ, как форматирование, используйте обратный слэш .
    В предыдущем предложении используется два слэша \ , потому что первый съедается. Но если, например, указать путь к папке Windows, один слэш отображается корректно — C:UsersLenovoDocumentsphp.

    Продвинутые техники Markdown

    Освоив простое форматирование с помощью Маркдауна, вам непременно захочется узнать, как его еще можно использовать. Что ж, продолжим.

    Горизонтальная черта

    С помощью — можно заменить . Не забудьте отбить энтером, иначе предыдущий текст превратится в заголовок.

    Кстати, это еще один способ для выделения заголовков. С помощью === выделяются заголовки первого уровня, а с — — второго.

    Ссылки

    Можно не прописывать адрес ссылки напрямую, а указать её атрибуты отдельно. Получается очень компактно. В коде это выглядит так:

    Пример один, пример два.
    Такие сноски можно использовать и для картинок.
    Если прописать тайтл в обычной ссылке, это тоже сработает:

    Наведите мышку: Яндекс
    Еще можно поставить ссылку [1] на объясняющую сноску, как в книге.

    Заметка в конце блока или статьи. В данном случае — в конце блока. ↩︎

    Как открывать ссылки в новом окне в Маркдаун

    Все ссылки в стандартном редакторе Markdown открываются в этом же окне. Только HTML-разметка позволяет изменить это. Никакие другие способы не будут работать стабильно и всегда, и в этом есть некоторое неудобство. Но имея заготовленный шаблон (смотрите ниже), вы легко справитесь с этим.

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    Таблицы на Markdown

    Тут у Markdown перед HTML огромное преимущество. В нем делать таблицы гораздо проще:

    Выглядит это так:

    Заголовок таблицыДругой заголовокЯчейка 1Ячейка 2Ячейка 3Ячейка 4

    Символом : можно выровнять столбцы:

    В таблице работает любое форматирование:

    ВлевоПо центруВправопервая ячейкатекст2зачеркнутая ячейкажирная ячейкакурсивнезачеркнутая ячейкапросто ячейка

    Воспринимает ли Markdown HTML

    Если вы вставите в статью обычный HTML, редактор поймет, чего вы от него хотели. Например — Курсив Курсив . Это удобно, если нужно прописать классы или атрибуты.

    Горячие клавиши для MacOC

    Markdown понимает сочетания горячих клавиш и сам вставляет необходимые символы. Например:

    • Ctrl/⌘+B — жирный текст;
    • Ctrl/⌘+I — Курсив;
    • Ctrl/⌘+K — Ссылка;
    • Ctrl/⌘+H и многократное нажатие для выбора нужного заголовка.

    Горячие клавиши для Windows

    • Ctrl+B — жирный текст;
    • Ctrl+I — Курсив;
    • Ctrl+K — Ссылка;
    • Ctrl+H и многократное нажатие для выбора нужного заголовка.

    Редакторы Markdown

    Кроме использования Маркдауна в поддерживающих его синтаксис сервисах, вы можете попробовать приложения-редакторы.

    Markdown для MacOS

    Для Apple существует большое количество удобных программ:

    Markdown для Windows

    Для «микромягких» окошек программ, к сожалению, поменьше:

    Что делать дальше

    После пары часов использования Маркдауна ваши пальцы начнут летать над клавишами. Вы будете писать очень быстро, на ходу форматируя написанное.
    Практикуйтесь, и у вас получатся превосходные статьи:

    1. Начните писать ваш первый документ на Маркдауне с базовых вещей. Вы научитесь быстрее, чем думаете!
    2. Не забывайте использовать горячие клавиши — это очень экономит время.
    3. Используйте HTML всегда, когда вам нужно отформатировать сложные вещи. Вместе эти два инструмента создают мощный дуэт.

    Не забывайте попробовать Онлайн-редактор.

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    Markdown to html

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    markdown-to-html

    Command-line utility to convert Github Flavored Markdown to HTML. Output may be to stdout or to your default browser. Also, the underlying Markdown and GithubMarkdown classes are readable stream classes and may be used however you like (e.g., pipe to an http response or to stdout). Includes a demo of a web server app that uses both the classes.

    To use the command line utilities

    To use the Markdown or GithubMarkdown classes in your project

    Command line utility to output HTML to stdout

    Command line utility to output HTML to default browser

    Command line utility to output the Github API results to stdout

    Command line utility to output the Github API results to default browser

    Run the web demo

    1. Run git clone https://github.com/cwjohan/markdown-to-html.git to create a markdown-to-html directory.
    2. Run cd markdown-to-html
    3. Run npm install
    4. Run npm start .
    5. In a web browser address field type localhost:3000.

    Use the Markdown class to render markdown text

    Options for markdown and markdownb

    Format as type ‘gfm’ or just plain ‘markdown’. May be abbreviated -f on the command line. Note that for the github-markdown utility or the GithubMarkdown class it is the ‘markdown’ flavor that gives you something resembling the README.md format on Github. Whereas, the ‘gfm’ flavor gives you something resembling the the format of comments and issues on Github. This is due to how the Github Markdown API works. On the other hand, for the markdown utility or the Markdown class it is virtually the opposite. For example, fenced code blocks don’t work when using the markdown utility or the Markdown class with the —flavor markdown option. This is due to how the marked markdown parser works. The default value for this option is whichever flavor results in something more like README.md format.

    Highlight code blocks with style info. Highlight has no effect in github-markdown. May be abbreviated -h on the command line. Defaults to false .

    Outputs HTML header with link element referring to the given stylesheet. May be abbreviated -s on the command line.

    Outputs HTML header with given title. Title string may include special values $FILENAME , $DIRNAME , $BASENAME , or $PATHNAME variables which are replaced by the corresponding .md filename, directory name, base name, or full path, respectively. Alternatively, the title may be any text you wish. May be abbreviated -t on the command line.

    Suupply the relevant Github user/project to use with # issue number references. Typically, these are not used in README.md files but, rather, in comments and issue text on Github. May be abbreviated -c on the command line.

    Verbose output. May be abbreviated -v on the command line. Defaults to false unless debug has been specified, in which case it is set to true . Only used by the command line utilities.

    Debug output to stderr. For example, outputs the individual chunks of data pushed to output. May be abbreviated -d on the command line. Defaults to false . Used only by the command line utilities. However, the Markdown and GithubMarkdown classes both have a debug property.

    Output usage info. Only used by the command line utilities.

    Markdown and GithubMarkdown class properties

    The chunk size for streaming — that is, the maximum amout of data to push to the read operation at any given time. Defaults to 1024.

    Debug output to stderr. For example, outputs the individual chunks of data pushed to output. Defaults to false .

    Markdown and GithubMarkdown class methods

    render(fileName, opts, onDone)

    Renders the markdown text in the given file using the given options. Calls the onDone callback function when rendering is finished, if specified. If you are going to pipe the output to another stream, this is best done in the callback function.

    The onDone callback takes a single error parameter, which ought to be tested before performing any other operations on the Markdown or GithubMarkdown stream.

    Before calling render , you can set up a test for end of file with on(‘end’, cb) , which is a good place to write any output that should follow the streamed HTML. See the above code example for how to do that.

    VERSION

    This document describes version 0.02 of markdown-to-html (from Perl distribution App-MarkdownUtils), released on 2016-01-31.

    SYNOPSIS

    DESCRIPTION

    Currently using Text::Markdown perl module.

    OPTIONS

    * marks required options.

    Configuration options

    Set path to configuration file.

    Can be specified multiple times.

    Set configuration profile to use.

    Do not use any configuration file.

    Environment options

    Do not read environment for default options.

    Output options

    Choose output format, e.g. json, text.

    Set output format to json.

    When outputing as JSON, strip result envelope.

    By default, when outputing as JSON, the full enveloped result is returned, e.g.:

    The reason is so you can get the status (1st element), status message (2nd element) as well as result metadata/extra result (4th element) instead of just the result (3rd element). However, sometimes you want just the result, e.g. when you want to pipe the result for more post-processing. In this case you can use `—naked-res` so you just get:

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    Other options

    Display help message and exit.

    Display program’s version and exit.

    COMPLETION

    This script has shell tab completion capability with support for several shells.

    To activate bash completion for this script, put:

    in your bash startup (e.g.

    /.bashrc ). Your next shell session will then recognize tab completion for the command. Or, you can also directly execute the line above in your shell to activate immediately.

    It is recommended, however, that you install shcompgen which allows you to activate completion scripts for several kinds of scripts on multiple shells. Some CPAN distributions (those that are built with Dist::Zilla::Plugin::GenShellCompletion) will even automatically enable shell completion for their included scripts (using shcompgen ) at installation time, so you can immadiately have tab completion.

    To activate tcsh completion for this script, put:

    in your tcsh startup (e.g.

    /.tcshrc ). Your next shell session will then recognize tab completion for the command. Or, you can also directly execute the line above in your shell to activate immediately.

    It is also recommended to install shcompgen (see above).

    other shells

    For fish and zsh, install shcompgen as described above.

    CONFIGURATION FILE

    This script can read configuration file, which by default is searched at

    /markdown-to-html.conf or /etc/markdown-to-html.conf (can be changed by specifying —config-path ). All found files will be read and merged.

    To disable searching for configuration files, pass —no-config .

    Configuration file is in the format of IOD, which is basically INI with some extra features.

    You can put multiple profiles in a single file by using section names like [profile=SOMENAME] (filter by profile). Those sections will only be read if you specify the matching —config-profile SOMENAME .

    You can also put configuration for multiple programs inside a single file, and use filter program=NAME in section names, e.g. [program=foo . ] . The section will then only be used when the reading program matches.

    Finally, you can filter a section by environment variable using the filter env=CONDITION in section names. For example if you only want a section to be read if a certain environment variable is true: [env=SOMEVAR . ] . If you only want a section to be read when the value of an environment variable has value equals something: [env=HOSTNAME=blink . ] . If you only want a section to be read when the value of an environment variable does not equal something: [env=HOSTNAME!=blink . ] . If you only want a section to be read when an environment variable contains something: [env=HOSTNAME*=server . ] . Note that currently due to simplistic parsing, there must not be any whitespace in the value being compared because it marks the beginning of a new section filter or section name.

    List of available configuration parameters:

    Heading level 1

    Heading level 2

    Heading level 2

    Heading level 3

    Heading level 3

    Heading level 4

    Heading level 4

    Heading level 5
    Heading level 5
    Heading level 6
    Heading level 6

    Alternate Syntax

    Alternatively, on the line below the text, add any number of == characters for heading level 1 or — characters for heading level 2.

    Heading level 1

    Heading level 1

    Heading level 2

    Heading level 2

    Paragraphs

    To create paragraphs, use a blank line to separate one or more lines of text. You should not indent paragraphs with spaces or tabs.

    I really like using Markdown.

    I think I’ll use it to format all of my documents from now on.

    I really like using Markdown.

    I think I’ll use it to format all of my documents from now on.

    I really like using Markdown.

    I think I’ll use it to format all of my documents from now on.

    Line Breaks

    To create a line break (
    ), end a line with two or more spaces, and then type return.

    This is the first line.

    And this is the second line.

    This is the first line.
    And this is the second line.

    Emphasis

    You can add emphasis by making text bold or italic.

    To bold text, add 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.

    Italic

    To italicize text, add one asterisk or underscore before and after a word or phrase. To italicize the middle of a word for emphasis, add one asterisk without spaces around the letters.

    Bold and Italic

    To emphasize text with bold and italics at the same time, add three asterisks or underscores before and after a word or phrase.

    Blockquotes

    To create a blockquote, add a > in front of a paragraph.

    The rendered output looks like this:

    Dorothy followed her through many of the beautiful rooms in her castle.

    Blockquotes with Multiple Paragraphs

    Blockquotes can contain multiple paragraphs. Add a > on the blank lines between the paragraphs.

    The rendered output looks like this:

    Dorothy followed her through many of the beautiful rooms in her castle.

    The Witch bade her clean the pots and kettles and sweep the floor and keep the fire fed with wood.

    Nested Blockquotes

    Blockquotes can be nested. Add a >> in front of the paragraph you want to nest.

    The rendered output looks like this:

    Dorothy followed her through many of the beautiful rooms in her castle.

    The Witch bade her clean the pots and kettles and sweep the floor and keep the fire fed with wood.

    Blockquotes with Other Elements

    Blockquotes can contain other Markdown formatted elements. Not all elements can be used — you’ll need to experiment to see which ones work.

    The rendered output looks like this:

    The quarterly results look good!

    • Revenue was off the chart.
    • Profits were higher than ever.

    Everything is going according to plan.

    Lists

    You can organize items into ordered and unordered lists.

    Ordered Lists

    To create an ordered list, add line items with numbers followed by periods. The numbers don’t have to be in numerical order, but the list should start with the number one.

    1. First item
    2. Second item
    3. Third item
    4. Fourth item
    1. First item
    2. Second item
    3. Third item
    4. Fourth item
    1. First item
    2. Second item
    3. Third item
    4. Fourth item
    1. First item
    2. Second item
    3. Third item
    4. Fourth item
    1. First item
    2. Second item
    3. Third item
    4. Fourth item
    1. First item
    2. Second item
    3. Third item
    4. Fourth item
    1. First item
    2. Second item
    3. Third item
      1. Indented item
      2. Indented item
    4. Fourth item
    1. First item
    2. Second item
    3. Third item
      1. Indented item
      2. Indented item
    4. Fourth item

    Unordered Lists

    To create an unordered list, add dashes ( — ), asterisks ( * ), or plus signs ( + ) in front of line items. Indent one or more items to create a nested list.

    • First item
    • Second item
    • Third item
    • Fourth item
    • First item
    • Second item
    • Third item
    • Fourth item
    • First item
    • Second item
    • Third item
    • Fourth item
    • First item
    • Second item
    • Third item
    • Fourth item
    • First item
    • Second item
    • Third item
    • Fourth item
    • First item
    • Second item
    • Third item
    • Fourth item
    • First item
    • Second item
    • Third item
      • Indented item
      • Indented item
    • Fourth item
    • First item
    • Second item
    • Third item
      • Indented item
      • Indented item
    • Fourth item
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    Adding Elements in Lists

    To add another element in a list while preserving the continuity of the list, indent the element four spaces or one tab, as shown in the following examples.

    Paragraphs

    The rendered output looks like this:

      This is the first list item.

    Here’s the second list item.

    I need to add another paragraph below the second list item.

  • And here’s the third list item.
  • Blockquotes

    The rendered output looks like this:

      This is the first list item.

    Here’s the second list item.

    A blockquote would look great below the second list item.

  • And here’s the third list item.
  • Code Blocks

    Code blocks are normally indented four spaces or one tab. When they’re in a list, indent them eight spaces or two tabs.

    The rendered output looks like this:

    Find the following code block on line 21:

    Images

    The rendered output looks like this:

      Open the file containing the Linux mascot.

    Marvel at its beauty.

    To denote a word or phrase as code, enclose it in tick marks ( ` ).

    Escaping Tick Marks

    If the word or phrase you want to denote as code includes one or more tick marks, you can escape it by enclosing the word or phrase in double tick marks ( « ).

    Code Blocks

    To create code blocks, indent every line of the block by at least four spaces or one tab.

    The rendered output looks like this:

    Horizontal Rules

    To create a horizontal rule, use three or more asterisks ( *** ), dashes ( — ), or underscores ( ___ ) on a line by themselves.

    The rendered output of all three looks identical:

    Links

    To create a link, enclose the link text in brackets (e.g., [Duck Duck Go] ) and then follow it immediately with the URL in parentheses (e.g., (https://duckduckgo.com) ).

    The rendered output looks like this:

    My favorite search engine is Duck Duck Go.

    Adding Titles

    You can optionally add a title for a link. This will appear as a tooltip when the user hovers over the link. To add a title, enclose it in parentheses after the URL.

    The rendered output looks like this:

    My favorite search engine is Duck Duck Go.

    URLs and Email Addresses

    To quickly turn a URL or email address into a link, enclose it in angle brackets.

    The rendered output looks like this:

    Formatting Links

    To emphasize links, add asterisks before and after the brackets and parentheses.

    The rendered output looks like this:

    I love supporting the EFF.
    This is the Markdown Guide.

    Reference-style Links

    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

    The first part of a reference-style link is formatted with two 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.

    Although not required, you can include a space between the first and second set of brackets. Also, the label in the second set of brackets is not case sensitive and can include letters, numbers, spaces, or punctuation.

    This means the following example formats are all roughly equivalent for the first part of the link:

    Formatting the Second Part of the Link

    The second part of a reference-style link is formatted with the following attributes:

    1. The label, in brackets, followed immediately by a colon and at least one space (e.g., [label]: ).
    2. The URL for the link, which you can optionally enclose in angle brackets.
    3. The optional title for the link, which you can enclose in double quotes, single quotes, or parentheses.

    This means the following example formats are all roughly equivalent for the second part of the link:

    • [hobbit-hole]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hobbit#Lifestyle
    • [hobbit-hole]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hobbit#Lifestyle «Hobbit lifestyles»
    • [hobbit-hole]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hobbit#Lifestyle ‘Hobbit lifestyles’
    • [hobbit-hole]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hobbit#Lifestyle (Hobbit lifestyles)
    • [hobbit-hole]: «Hobbit lifestyles»
    • [hobbit-hole]: ‘Hobbit lifestyles’
    • [hobbit-hole]: (Hobbit lifestyles)

    You can place this second part of the link anywhere in your Markdown document. Some people place them immediately after the paragraph in which they appear while other people place them at the end of the document (like endnotes or footnotes).

    An Example Putting the Parts Together

    Say you add a URL as a standard URL link to a paragraph and it looks like this in Markdown:

    Though it may point to interesting additional information, the URL as displayed really doesn’t add much to the existing raw text other than making it harder to read. To fix that, you could format the URL like this instead:

    In both instances above, the rendered output would be identical:

    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.

    and the HTML for the link would be:

    Images

    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 after the URL in the parentheses.

    The rendered output looks like this:

    Linking Images

    To add a link to an image, enclose the Markdown for the image in brackets, and then add the link in parentheses.

    The rendered output looks like this:

    Escaping Characters

    To display a literal character that would otherwise be used to format text in a Markdown document, add a backslash ( ) in front of the character.

    The rendered output looks like this:

    * Without the backslash, this would be a bullet in an unordered list.

    Characters You Can Escape

    You can use a backslash to escape the following characters.

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