About

Learn all about the Markdown Guide.

The Markdown Guide was born out of frustration with existing Markdown references that are needlessly verbose. This website is designed to be a concise, barebones guide.

Contributing

This is an open-source project, and your contributions are welcome. The repository is hosted on GitHub. See the README for instructions and guidelines.

Reporting Issues

Find a typo or inaccurate statement? Please create an issue in our GitHub project.

Acknowledgements

The Markdown Guide is made possible by the support of several individuals and organizations. Thanks to all who have contributed to this project, and thanks to Netlify for graciously hosting this website.

License

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To the extent possible under law, Matt Cone has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to the Markdown Guide. This work is published from the United States.

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