Nick Barrett

Learning Markdown

The quick brown fox, jumped over the lazy dog.

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  1. Tidy the kitchen
  2. Prepare ingredients
  3. Cook delicious things

To be or not to be, that is the question.


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Ghost’s Markdown cheat-sheet screenshot

Here’s the one you can pull up from the Ghost editor at any time if you get stuck. Intermediate Markdown Formatting

So you’ve got the Markdown basics nailed and you want to move on to bigger and better things? Excellent. There’s much more we can do. Horizontal Rules


Want to throw-down a quick divider in your article to denote a visual separation between different sections of text? No problem. 3 dashes produce:

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element. Code Snippets

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If you’re a technical writer, you may want to use example snippets of code to teach your readers a particular syntax (like I’m doing, with this very blog post). Using a single back-tick around a word in a sentence, you can show a quick code snippet.

Indenting by 4 spaces will turn an entire paragraph into a code-block. Reference Lists & Titles

The quick brown fox, jumped over the lazy dog.

*literally*

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==oooh fancy==