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Markdown

For me, Markdown is the only way to write for the web. In fact, it should be the defacto way to write, full-stop! A full list of categories is also available.

  1. Using Pandoc to convert Markdown to Jira’s Textile in Sublime Text

    Article posted 22nd July 2021 in Development, Markdown, Tools and Workflows

    It’s a real pain that Jira’s plain text input isn’t Markdown. Here’s how to I write in Markdown and export to Jira’s version of Textile.

  2. How to write a link

    Resource posted 4th November 2013 in Markdown and Search

    It is important to let your users know where a link will lead; the link text itself should contain a good indication as to where they’ll be taken.

  3. How to write a link using Markdown

    Resource posted 4th November 2013 in Content and Markdown

    It’s all very well knowing the principles behind writing a link, but how do you actually write a one in your blog or other webpage?

  4. What is markdown?

    Resource posted 24th August 2013 in Content and Markdown

    Markdown is a way of writing a document, but what’s so special about it? And what actually is it?

  5. Markdown cheatsheet

    Resource posted 15th August 2013 in Content and Markdown

    Markdown is a brilliant way to write content for the web. Here’s a quick overview of the most commonly used Markdown, for your reference.