Supported Markdown Styles

STYLE
DESCRIPTION
NOTES
EXAMPLE
#
Creates an H1 header style.
Must include a space between the hashtag and text (e.g. # Example ). To terminate the header formatting, insert a new line in the text by pressing Enter on your keyboard.
Example
##
Creates an H2 header style.
Must include a space between the hashtags and text (e.g. ## Example ). To terminate the header formatting, insert a new line in the text by pressing Enter on your keyboard.
Example
###
Creates an H3 header style.
Must include a space between the hashtags and text (e.g. ### Example ). To terminate the header formatting, insert a new line in the text by pressing Enter on your keyboard.
Example
####
Creates an H4 header style.
Must include a space between the hashtags and text (e.g. #### Example ). To terminate the header formatting, insert a new line in the text by pressing Enter on your keyboard.
Example
*   *
Italicizes the text.
There can be no spaces between the asterisks and text (e.g. *Example*).
Example
**   **
Bolds the text.
There can be no spaces between the asterisks and text (e.g. **Example**).
Example
~~   ~~
Strikes through the text.
There can be no spaces between the tildes and text (e.g. ~~Example~~).
Example
-
-
-
Creates an unordered list.
There can be no spaces between the dash and the list items
(e.g:
-Example 1
-Example 2
-Example 3). 
You may continue the unordered list past three items, if  needed.
  • Example 1
  • Example 2
  • Example 3
1.
2.
3.
Creates an ordered list.
Spaces between the numbers and text are permitted 
(e.g:
1. Example 1
2.  Example 2
3.  Example 3). 
You may continue the ordered list past three items, if needed.
  1. Example
  2. Example
  3. Example

[Text](http://www.url.com)
Creates an inline link with text.
The “http://” or https:// prefix must be included (e.g. [Example Text]http://www.example.com)).
Example Text
[Text](http://www.url.com   “alt text”)
Creates an inline link with text and alt text.
The “http://” or https:// prefix must be included (e.g. [Example Text](http://www.example.com “Example Alt Text”)).
Example Text
![alt text](http://www.imageurl.com)
Inserts an inline image with alt text.
Alt text and the “http://” or “https://” prefix must be included (e.g. ![Resolver Logo]( http://www.resolver.com/logo.png)). The image will appear in its original size. See the Image Upload & Custom Logos article for information on creating image file URLs.