This blog uses Jekyll to generate the html for the website.

A script then loads the website to the server.

Sometimes I markdown a lot. Sometimes I don’t. And when I don’t, I forget the shorthand. I then have to revert to looking up the codes at Markdown Guide.

These are the codes that I use frequently in case I need to refresh my memory.

Three backticks before and text will put the entire text into a code block.

There are three
Back ticks 
Before and after 
This text.


Indent or four spaces for a code block.

One backtick before and after for a single block in a sentence.

One greater than sign (i.e. >) at the beginning for a block quote.

One pound sign # for h1.

*One asterisk for italics*

One asterisk for italics

**Two asterisks for bold.**

Two asterisks for bold.

*Three asterisks for underline.*

Three asterisks for bold italics.

To create a line break, <br>, end a line with two or more spaces, and then hit return.

~~To cross out~~

To cross out

-– Three dashes for a horizontal line.

Escape Markdown Conversion with Backslash \

# Use backslash \ to escape markdown conversion (example - \# to print the pound sign # rather than just # to signify a heading).


To add a table, use three or more hyphens to create each column’s header, and use pipes to separate each column. For compatibility, you should also add a pipe on either end of the row.

| Syntax      | Description |
| ----------- | ----------- |
| Header      | Title       |
| Paragraph   | Text        |
Syntax Description
Header Title
Paragraph Text

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