Markdown Cheat Sheet

## Phrase Emphasis

`*italic* **bold**
_italic_ __bold__`

## Links

Inline: `An [example](http://url.com/ “Title”)`. Reference-style labels (titles are optional): An `[example][id]`. Then, anywhere else in the doc, define the link:

`[id]: http://example.com/ “Title”`

## Images

Inline (titles are optional): `![alt text](/path/img.jpg “Title”)` Reference-style:
`![alt text][id]`. Elsewhere `[id]: /url/to/img.jpg “Title”`.

## Headers

Setext-style:

`Header 1
========

Header 2
——–`

atx-style (closing #’s are optional):

`# Header 1 #

## Header 2 ##

###### Header 6`

## Lists

Ordered, without paragraphs:

`1. Foo
2. Bar`

Unordered, with paragraphs:

`* A list item.`

With multiple paragraphs, you can nest them:

`* Abacus
* answer
* Bubbles
1. bunk
2. bupkis
* BELITTLER
3. burper
* Cunning`

Blockquotes

`> Email-style angle brackets
> are used for blockquotes.

> > And, they can be nested.`

`> #### Headers in blockquotes
>
> * You can quote a list.
> * Etc.`

Code Spans

`` spans are delimited by backticks.

You can include literal backticks
like `` `this` ``.

Preformatted Code Blocks

Indent every line of a code block by at least 4 spaces or 1 tab.

`This is a normal paragraph.`

This is a preformatted
code block.

Horizontal Rules

Three or more dashes or asterisks:

`---`

`* * *`

## Manual Line Breaks

End a line with two or more spaces:

`Roses are red,
Violets are blue. `