Markdown cheatsheet

What you type What will be published
# Header 1
## Header 2

And so on up to 6.
Return once starts a new line. Return twice starts a new paragraph.
*Italics*
**Bold**
~~Strikeout~~
Italics
Bold
Strikeout
-> Centered text <-
-> Right-aligned ->

Also works for images and ### -> Headers <-
Centered text Right-aligned
[TOC]

Generates Table of Contents from # Headers.
[TOC2] - From h2 to h6.
[TOC3] - From h3 to h6, and so on up to 6.
- Bulleted list item a
- Bulleted list item b

An asterisk (*) can be used instead of a dash for list items.
  • Bulleted list item a
  • Bulleted list item b
1. Numbered list item 1
2. Numbered list item 2
  1. Numbered list item 1
  2. Numbered list item 2
- [ ] Checkbox 1
- [x] Checkbox 2
  • Checkbox 1
  • Checkbox 2
>> How to use quotes in Markdown?
> Just prepend text with >

How to use quotes in Markdown?

Just prepend text with >

``` python
s = "Tripple backticks ( ``` ) generate code block"
print(s)
```

For the list of supported languages see the code page.
s = "Tripple backticks ( ``` ) generate code block"
print(s)
Single backtick generates `inline code` Single backtick generates inline code
***

Horizontal rule, <hr>

\*not italics\*

To produce a literal asterisk or any symbol used in Markdown, use backslash to escape it.
*not italics*
First Header | Second Header
-- | --
Content Cell | Content Cell
Content Cell | Content Cell
First Header Second Header
Content Cell Content Cell
Content Cell Content Cell
Autolinks:
https://rentry.co/ or rentry.co
Autolinks:
https://rentry.co/ or rentry.co
Link description:
[Markdown pastebin](https://rentry.co)

Be sure to include the "http(s)://" part of the link.
Link description:
Markdown pastebin
![Image description](https://i.imgur.com/PYV4crq.png)

Be sure to include direct link to the image.
Image description