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 (blank line) 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
  - Nested item b1

An asterisk (*) can be used instead of a dash for list items.

Nested lists use 2 spaces.
  • Bulleted list item a
  • Bulleted list item b
    • Nested item b1
1. Numbered list item
2. Numbered list item
  1. Nested list item
  2. Nested list item
  1. Numbered list item
  2. Numbered list item
    1. Nested list item
    2. Nested list item
- [ ] 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