Tag: Markdown


Markdown syntax guide

pCP Team 26 October 2020 pCP 6.1.0 Publishing

This page contains examples of Markdown syntax. For more detailed descriptions of Markdown syntax—see: CommonMark help CommonMark specification. Learn Markdown Markdown Guide Headings #The following HTML <h1>—<h6> elements represent six levels of section headings. Example:# This is an H1 - Do not use - Defined by title/description front matter ## This is an H2 - added to table of contents ### This is an H3 - added to table of contents #### This is an H4 ##### This is an H5 - label ###### This is an H6 Result:This is an H2 - added to table of contents #This is an H3 - added to table of contents #This is an H4 #This is an H5 - labelThis is an H6Paragraphs #Paragraphs are separated by empty lines.

Convert HTML to Markdown

pCP Team 26 October 2020 pCP 6.1.0 Publishing  •

Step 1In web page, View source (Ctrl+U in Edge) Copy the HTML code by: clicking on HTML window to set focus type ctrl+a type ctrl+c Step 2Open Turndown—click Turndown - HTML to Markdown Set Heading style to atx Set Bullet to - Set Code block style to fenced Paste in left HTML window ctrl+v Copy result from right MARKDOWN window ctrl+a, ctrl+c Step 3Paste into text editor ctrl+c

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