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TL;DR Cheat Sheet

For a 60 second quick start on Markdown commonmark has a great tutorial

Emphasis

this is _italic_ and so is *this*  
this is __bold__ and so is **this**
^^underline^^,  ~~strike through~~  
==highlight==  and `inline code`  
==*you* **can** ^^combine^^ `too`==

this is italic and so is this
this is bold and so is this
underline, strike through
highlight and inline code
you can combine too


Soft & Hard Line Breaks

Put 2 spaces at the end of a line  
to force a line break.  
If you simply
hit enter and
don't use 2 spaces
it merges the lines
like this.  
You can also force a break <br> anywhere
using the `<br>` tag like we just did

Put 2 spaces at the end of a line
to force a line break.
If you simply hit enter and don't use 2 spaces it merges the lines like this
You can also force a break
anywhere using the <br> tag like we just did


Lists

* need a blank line above to start new list
+ valid bullet symbols
+ `*`, `-` or '+'
    - 4 spaces or 1 tab
    - to indent

1. use *numbers* for ordered
    * can nest
2. **numbers** can be in order
    3. can also nest
1. but it will fix them if not

-   list item with two paragraphs.

    anything like this paragraph
    should be indented by 4 spaces
    or a tab

-   you can add blocks too

    > :memo:
    >
    > * list under lists
    > * under lists
  • need a blank line above to start new list
  • valid bullet symbols
  • *, - or '+'
    • 4 spaces or 1 tab
    • to indent
  1. use numbers for ordered
    • can nest
  2. numbers can be in order
    1. can also nest
  3. but it will fix them if not
  • list item with two paragraphs.

    anything like this paragraph should be indented by 4 spaces or a tab

  • you can add blocks too

    📝

    • list under lists
    • under lists

Tasks

- [ ] Task Lists `- [ ]`
    - [x] x instead of space
    - [x] will mark it complete
- [ ] work just like lists
    * can can contain indents
    * or anything else a list can

1. Or can be nested under others lists
    - [ ] like this
    - [ ] and this

2. This can help
    - [ ] like this
    - [ ] and this
  • Task Lists - [ ]
    • x instead of space
    • will mark it complete
  • work just like lists
    • can can contain indents
    • or anything else a list can
  1. Or can be nested under others lists

    • like this
    • and this
  2. This can help

    • like this
    • and this

[simple link](https://www.google.com )  
[with optional title](https://www.google.com "Google's Homepage")  
point to a [relative file or md](./embedding/lucid.md) or
mail link with emoji [📧](mailto:joshdev@9ci.com) or
click this cloud icon to see the list of icon options
[_cloud_{.icon}](https://material.io/icons/)

or [use an image ![](images/dingus/image-small.png)](images/dingus/image.png)

[Reference-Style Links][some reference id]
put link at bottom of paragraph or page.
you can use numbers or text for
[reference-style link definitions][1]  
or leave it empty and
just use the [link text itself]  

to [open in new tab](sandbox.md){.new-tab}
use `{target=_blank} or {.new-tab}` attributes
use it on [ref links][new tab]{.new-tab} too

Indenting _reference links_
2 spaces is not required
but a recommended convention

  [some reference id]: https://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax#link
  [1]: http://reason.com/blog
  [link text itself]: ./images/material.png
  [new tab]: sandbox.md

simple link
with optional title
point to a relative file or md or mail link with emoji 📧 or click this cloud icon to see the list of icon options cloud

or use an image

Reference-Style Links put link at bottom of paragraph or page. you can use numbers or text for reference-style link definitions
or leave it empty and just use the link text itself

to open in new tab us {target=_blank} or {.new-tab} attributes use it on ref links too

reference links can be at bottom of paragraph. Indenting 2 spaces is not required but a recommended convention


Images

inline ![](images/dingus/image-small.png)
with alt text ![foo](images/dingus/image-small.png)  
with ref links ![img-small][]  
can use [sizing attributes](blocks/#sizing-alignment)

Put `zoomify` in the alt text bracket to enable
clicking to zoom. Try clicking on any of 
these images ![zoomify][img-dingus]{.tiny}

![zoomify](images/dingus/image.png){.center .xsmall}

> :camera: **Figure Title**
> ![zoomify](images/dingus/image.png){.center .small}

  [img-small]: ./images/dingus/image-small.png
  [img-dingus]: ./images/dingus/image.png

inline with alt text foo
with ref links img-small
can use sizing attributes

Put zoomify in the alt text bracket to enable clicking to zoom. Try it on any of these images zoomify

zoomify

📷 Figure Title zoomify


Abbreviations

here are some abbr's
HTML and FUBAR

>:bulb: if your editor gets confused by
not having and enclosing * then
just add it to end of abbr def.

---

>:warning: Don't indent these, doesn't seem to work

*[abbr]: Abbreviations
*[def]: Definition
*[HTML]: Hyper Text Markup Language
*[FUBAR]:  You know what it means*

here are some abbr's HTML and FUBAR

💡 if your editor gets confused by not having and enclosing * then just add it to end of abbr def.


⚠️ Don't indent these, doesn't seem to work


Footnotes

Footnotes[^1] work like reference links
They auto-number like ordered lists[^3]
You can use any
reference id[^text reference]  
like ref links they can be
organized at bottom
of paragraph or page.

  [^1]: footnote, click the return icon here to go back ->
  [^3]: the number will not necessarily be what you use
  [^text reference]: text reference

Footnotes1 work like reference links They auto-number like ordered lists2 You can use any reference id3
like ref links they can be organized at bottom of paragraph or page.


Tables

Colons can be used to align columns.
3 dashes min to separate headers.
Outer pipes (|) are optional,
and you don't need to make the
raw Markdown line up prettily.
You can also use inline Markdown.

|  Tables  |      Are      |   Cool    |
| -------- |:-------------:| ---------:|
| col 3 is | right-aligned |     $1600 |
| col 2 is |   centered    |       $12 |
|          |   **Total**   |   **$1612** |

==Table== | **Format** | 👀 _scramble_
--- | --- | ---
*Still* | `renders` | **nicely**
[with links](images/dingus/image-small.png) | images ![zoomify](images/dingus/image-small.png){.tiny} | emojis 🍔
icons _cloud_{.icon} | footnotes[^1] | use `<br>` <br> for multi-line <br> line breaks

Colons can be used to align columns. 3 dashes min to separate headers. Outer pipes (|) are optional, and you don't need to make the raw Markdown line up prettily. You can also use inline Markdown.

Tables Are Cool
col 3 is right-aligned $1600
col 2 is centered $12
Total $1612
Table Format 👀 fun
Still renders nicely
with links images zoomify emojis 🍔
icons cloud footnotes1 use <br>
for multi-line
line breaks

Blockquotes

> Blockquotes are handy to callout text.
they are greedy and will keep
grabbing text. The '>' is optional unless trying join
>
paragraphs, tables etc.

a blank line and a new paragraph
or other markdown thing end them

>:bulb:
use a `---` seperator or `<br>`
if you want multiple sepearte block quotes

---

> can have nested
> > blockquotes inside of block quotes
block quotes can also contain any valid markdown

Blockquotes are handy to callout text. they are greedy and will keep grabbing text. The '>' is optional unless trying join

paragraphs, tables etc.

a blank line and a new paragraph or other markdown thing end them

💡 use a --- seperator or <br> if you want multiple seperate block quotes to follow


can have nested

blockquotes inside of block quotes block quotes can also contain any valid markdown


Blocks - admonitions, callouts, sidebars

> :memo: **Memo Admonition**
use blockquotes
with emoji indicators for
admonition memos, callout etc..

---

> :boom:
Title title like above is optional

---

> :bulb: See [the section about blocks](blocks.md#cheatsheet)
for the list of emojis that can be used.

📝 Memo Admonition use blockquotes with emoji indicators for admonition memos, callout etc..


💥 Title title like above is optional


💡 See the section about blocks for the list of emojis that can be used.


Row Divs

through out this doc we have been using a <div markdown="1" class="two-column">.

<div markdown="1" class="two-column">markdown="1" tells it to process what inside
     <-needs to be a blank line for github to parse

```markdown
|foo | bar |
|----|-----|
|baz | buzz|
```

</div>
<div markdown="1" class="two-column">

|foo | bar |
|----|-----|
|baz | buzz|

</div>   closes the div 

---  this clears the "float" REQUIRED when done
|foo | bar |
|----|-----|
|baz | buzz|
foo bar
baz buzz

<div markdown="1" class="row">

> :bug: **here is another example**
this uses the row class and will make
any blocks, figures, etc equal spaced

---

> :thumbsup: they will be equal sizes
with whatever width is left from image
and as you can see the heights get adjusted to be equal as well

---

![](images/dingus/image.png){.small}

</div>

🐛 here is another example
well just use admonitions and a table


👍 they will be equal sizes with whatever width is left from image and as you can see the heights get adjusted to be equal as well


Headings & Breaks

📷

# h1 Heading
## h2 Heading
### h3 Heading
#### h4 Heading

Horizontal Rules

---

📷

h1 Heading

h2 Heading

h3 Heading

h4 Heading

Horizontal Rules



  1. footnote, click the return icon here to go back -> 

  2. the number will not necessarily be what you use 

  3. text reference