If you are planning to work with a Static Site Generator (ssg), you'll probably need (want) to work with "Markdown". Not worries, markdown is easy. Here is a simple "Cheat Sheet" of sorts.
# H1 ## H2 ### H3 #### H4 ##### H5 ###### H6
For h1 and h2 tags you can also do:
Here goes a H1 ============== Here goes a H2 --------------
It makes your markdown file easier to follow. The number of "=" and "-" is up to you.
A paragraph is a simple line of text. No need for anything else.
If you need a line break and for some reason the markdown you write is not enough, don't be afraid of using
You can use *, + or -. Your pick!
* One item * Two items * Last item here + Once + Upon + a + time - There was - a programmer - who was learning markdown
See the space between the symbol and the text.
Simple, use numbers.
1. Learn 2. Practice 3. Practice more
You can write a link using square brackets and parentheses.
This is [an example](http://example.com/ "Title") inline link.
The code above will show the next resault:
This is an example inline link.
You could also not include the "title".
Other way of doing it involves ids.
This is [an example] [id] reference-style link..
Then, in any part of the document:
And when your link is the same of your text:
![Alt text](/path/to/my/img.jpg "Some title, if any") ![My avatar](/img/authors/aidamartinez.jpg)
Here you could use an id, just like on the links.
> Never lie to someone who trusts you. > Never trust someone that lies to you.
If you need to write some code, use the backslashes to escape it.
I'll use `.ReadingTime` to show the reading time of this article.
Need code highlighting?
### Horizontal rules `<hr>` ```markdown * * * - - - ***
Or as many as you like.
| Use tables | (appropriately) | | ------------- |-----------------| | And may | the odds | | be ever | in | | your | favor |