I don’t know markdown syntax but it seems easy enough. This page is intended to be a quick reference for the 5-10 things I will no doubt do over and over and over.
This page seems pretty interesting, it has a lot of the syntax I’ll be using.
This is the format for my post titles. Markup will usually be md for markdown, but maybe I’ll get fancy one day.
1 ``` YEAR-MONTH-DAY-title.md ```
To create a link, use
You can add a excerpt_separator: line to your _config.yml file to set a preview in your post. I haven’t gotten it to work yet…
These are the original notes from the Jekyll page creation. Good stuff.
Welcome to GitHub Pages
You can use the editor on GitHub to maintain and preview the content for your website in Markdown files.
Whenever you commit to this repository, GitHub Pages will run Jekyll to rebuild the pages in your site, from the content in your Markdown files.
Markdown is a lightweight and easy-to-use syntax for styling your writing. It includes conventions for
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Syntax highlighted code block # Header 1 ## Header 2 ### Header 3 - Bulleted - List 1. Numbered 2. List **Bold** and _Italic_ and `Code` text [Link](url) and ![Image](src)
For more details see GitHub Flavored Markdown.
Kramdown Code Blocks in Lists
This was throwing me for a loop, but if you want code blocks in a list, you need to make the beginning of the code block match the indent of the list with spaces. See here.
Does not display cleanly when everything starts on the first space of each new line:
1 echo "hello"
Nice and clean: