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Have you ever wondered how these "readme.md" files are written on Github? Or how Blog posts like this are written? Whether you're new or you have been a programmer for a while then you probably have heard of "Markdown" but you probably never had the chance to learn it or you probably know some of it's syntax but can't quiet get the grasp of it. No problem! This is tutorial is for anyone who wants to learn Markdown and add a new skill to their belt because it's something everyone should know.
So what's Markdown Exactly❓
Markdown is a lightweight markup language that you can use to add formatting plaintext text documents. Created by John Gruber in 2004 for purpose of readability and ease of use. It can be converted to HTML and other formats. It's file extension usually ends in ".md".
Depending on the application you use, you may not be able to preview the formatted document in real time. But that’s okay. Markdown syntax is designed to be readable and easy to be used by everyone, so the text in Markdown files can be read even if it isn’t rendered by your application.
What's Markdown used for?🤔
Markdown can be used for everything. People use it to create websites, documents, presentations, email messages, static site generators (Gatsby, etc), forums, and technical documentation. Websites like Reddit and GitHub support Markdown, and lots of desktop and web-based applications support it.
Markdown files is a great way because it helps to create beautiful markup without having to build it with code. They are commonly used inside git readme files as documentation but have also grown to be extremely popular on blogging platforms such as dev.
here is the cheat sheet 👇
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Headings will be represented by adding a # symbol before the title. The number of # symbols signifies the number of heading from h1 to h6. so by adding a single # it will represent a h1 tag. increasing the no. of # will increase the no. of heading.
# Heading 1 <h1> ## Heading 2 <h2> ### Heading 3 <h3> #### Heading 4 <h4> ##### Heading 5 <h5> ###### Heading 6 <h6>
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