Below are some examples of commonly used markdown syntax. If you want to dive deeper, check out the resources provided at the bottom of the page.
*asterisks* or _underscores_
**double asterisks** or __double underscores__
I'm an inline link:
[I'm an inline link](put-link-here)
Anchored links (for things like a Table of Contents)
## Table Of Contents * [Chapter 1](#chapter-1) * [Chapter 2](#chapter-2) ### Chapter 1 <a name="chapter-1"></a>
When adding GIFs to posts and comments, please note that there is a limit of 200 megapixels per frame/page.
![Alt text of image](put-link-to-image-here)
Add a header to your post with this syntax:
# One '#' for a h1 header ## Two '#'s for a h2 header ... ###### Six '#'s for a h6 header
Add some hidden notes/comments to your article with this syntax:
<!-- This won't show up in the content! -->
Lists are written just like any other Markdown editor. If you're adding an image in between numbered list, though, be sure to tab the image, otherwise it'll restart the number of the list. Here's an example of what to do:
Here are a few more detailed resources for using Markdown: