The following examples will provide you with a short overview of the design options for description text using Markdown syntax:

Normal text will be displayed as is.

An empty line creates a new paragraph.

*Italic*, **Bold** and ***Bold italic*** -> Italic, Bold and Bold italic

Marks text as `source code` -> Marks text as source code


Highlighted numbers:

#12 -> 12


Highlighted text (e.g. keyboard shortcuts):

[Alt+F4] -> Alt+F4


Lists:

+ An item in a bulleted (unordered) list
+ Another item in a bulleted list
+ Instead of + you can also use * or -

become

  • An item in a bulleted (unordered) list
  • Another item in a bulleted list
  • Instead of + you can also use * or -

8. An item in an enumerated (ordered) list
1. Another item, where the order doesn't need to be taken care of but is arbitrary and even allows duplicate numbers
1. Another item in an enumerated list

become

  1. An item in an enumerated (ordered) list
  2. Another item, where the order doesn't need to be taken care of but is arbitrary and even allows duplicate numbers
  3. Another item in an enumerated list

HTML headings are generated by beginning the line with pound signs # - their number indicates the level of the desired heading.

# Heading in level 1

Heading in level 1

#### Heading in level 4

Heading in level 4


For the first two levels an alternate spelling is also possible:

Heading in level 1
=
becomes

Heading in level 1

Heading in level 2
-
becomes

Heading in level 2

> This quote is packed into an HTML block element. (not implemented)

Source: Wikipedia.org

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