Markdown Cheatsheet

This is Markdown Cheatsheet for MAD4Jekyll

Posted by MADness on November 25, 2015   2 minute read ∼ Tagged with  :   •  ∼ Filed in  : 

This is Markdown Cheatsheet for MAD4Jekyll, this Jekyll theme. Please check the raw content of this file for the markdown usage.

Typography Elements

This is a paragraph. This text is bolded. This text is normal! This text is italic. We can also combine them. A highlighted code looks like ThisIsMyCode(). This text is a hyperlink or

Headings H1 to H6

H1 Heading

H2 Heading

H3 Heading

H4 Heading

H5 Heading
H6 Heading


If you have some text that you want to refer with a footnote, do as follows. This is an example for the footnote number one 1. Add more footnotes, with link. 2


The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. –Aristotle

List Items

  1. First order list item
  2. Second item
  • Unordered list can use asterisks
  • Or minuses
  • Or pluses

Code Blocks

var s = "JavaScript syntax highlighting";
s = "Python syntax highlighting"
print s
No language indicated, so no syntax highlighting.
But let's throw in a <b>tag</b>.


Table 1: With Alignment

Tables for Markdown
col 3 is right-aligned ok?
col 2 is centered Got it?
col 1 is left-aligned Alright!!!

Table 2: With Typography Elements

Another table here
I am row
1 two III

Horizontal Line

The HTML <hr> element is for creating a “thematic break” between paragraph-level elements. In markdown, you can create a <hr> with any of the following:

  • ___: three consecutive underscores
  • ---: three consecutive dashes
  • ***: three consecutive asterisks

renders to:


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For a more detailed syntax with Markdown, please visit

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  1. Footnote number one.

  2. A footnote you can link to - click here!

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