Markdown Syntax

February 1, 2015

This article is here to illustrate what Markdown looks like. For more information, visit Daring Fireball. You can change anything in the CSS yourself. The first character on a blog post is automatically enlarged. To change this, open assets/css/site.css in your code editor of choice and look for .post h1 + p + p:first-letter.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. This is a link neque. Praesent ipsum massa, commodo sit amet maximus eget, pretium nec ex. Morbi augue risus, this is emphasized text. Donec suscipit euismod condimentum. In accumsan et nisl non cursus. This is bold text. Vivamus dapibus id nisi eu pellentesque. In eu mattis tortor. Maecenas sit amet est maximus, congue odio eget, scelerisque orci. Nam ut sodales lacus.

The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog's back.

—Blockquote

Vivamus aliquet tellus non leo facilisis fermentum. Nunc dictum, tortor sed fermentum gravida, elit felis viverra est, eget tincidunt urna lacus a metus.

  • First
  • Second
  • Third

Phasellus accumsan sodales ligula, vel sodales odio. Duis ut neque non elit commodo cursus et eget enim.


Primary Header

Secondary Header

Tertiary Header

Nullam porttitor arcu justo, ac pulvinar arcu sodales nec. Quisque sed metus blandit eros vehicula cursus. Cras ut accumsan magna. Quisque fringilla elit nulla, non dictum nibh auctor vulputate. Aliquam dapibus nibh nec iaculis tempus. Nulla eu maximus erat. Duis laoreet, nibh eu pulvinar commodo, nibh sapien posuere erat, eu malesuada enim libero nec lectus.

  1. First
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There’s much more you can do with Markdown, for the full syntax guide, visit Daring Fireball.

Cover Photo Credit

put searchable tags here

Author Name

Creative from the northern hemisphere.

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