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Markdown Cheatsheet

A showcase of markdown's possibilities

— a 1 minute read


This is a level 1 title

This is a level 2 title

This is a level 3 title

This is a level 4 title

This text is important

This text is really important

This is a famous quote -from a famous author 1


  1. This is the first element of an ordered list
  2. And this is the second one !
  • This is an unordered list
  • and you can write as many points as you’d like
    • You can even write nested points
      • And nested nested points

This is used for code but you can use it to highlight text ==And you can also use that to highlight==


You can make links like this

And insert images like this \/

This is an image hey

And you can even do images with a link like this \/

this is an image A clickable google image


Text can be striked through like this

Title Description
A title And a description
Another title And another description
test de truc
  • Build a task list
  • Use it
  • Then do another one
<div class="presentation">
	{#if metadata.hero}
		<div class="hero">
			<h1>{metadata.title}</h1>
			<img src="/images/hero/{metadata.hero}" alt={metadata.hero_alt}/>
		</div>
	{:else}
		<h1>{metadata.title}</h1>
	{/if}
	<h5>{metadata.subtitle}</h5>
	<p>
		<time datetime={metadata.date}>
			{new Date(metadata.date).toLocaleDateString("en-US", { year: "numeric", month: 'long', day: 'numeric' })}
		</time>
		— a {metadata.readTime} minute{metadata.readTime > 1 ? "s" : ""} read
	</p>
	
	<div class="categories">
		{#each metadata.categories as category}
			<a href="/blog?category={category}">{category}</a>
		{/each}
	</div>

</div>

  1. An example of footer content↩