Tag: Markdown

Markdown syntax guide

pCP Team 26 October 2020 pCP 6.1.0 Publishing
This page contains examples of Markdown syntax. HeadingsThe 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 contentsThis is an H3 - added to table of contentsThis is an H4This is an H5 - labelThis is an H6ParagraphsParagraphs are separated by empty lines.

Convert HTML to Markdown

pCP Team 11 July 2022 pCP 6.1.0 Publishing  •
The piCorePlayer Documentation source is mostly written in Markdown. So sometimes it is necessary to convert existing HTML pages into Markdown using an online service for inclusion in the documentation. StepsStep 1 - Copy HTML source In the web page, select View source (ctrl+u in Edge) Copy the HTML code by: Clicking on the HTML window to set focus. Highlight all source (ctrl+a). Copy highlighted source (ctrl+c). Step 2 - Convert HTML to Markdown Open Turndown—click Turndown - HTML to Markdown.
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