Markdown tutorial

Markdown is an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, which then converts to valid HTML for viewing on Typed.pw. With Markdown you simply write your article and if needed you can add some formatting.

Experiment interactively with Markdown

(Tip: you can follow the edit link on any article to see the syntax used.)

# Title

Title

# Sub-title

Sub-title

[Typed.pw](https://typed.pw "Typed.pw")
Typed.pw
*Emphasis*
Emphasis
**Bold**
Bold

The sub-lists must be indented four spaces.

* List item 1
* List item 2
    - Sub-list item 1
    - Sub-list item 2

Images

To include an image, first upload it to Imgur, or any image hosting service and then use the following syntax (always use https links):

![Short image description](https://image-link.png)

Consider for example this little kitty: https://i.imgur.com/fJEeDZP.jpg
By using:
![Cute kitty](https://i.imgur.com/fJEeDZP.jpg)
we get:
Cute kitty

Quotes

To quote someone add > before each line:

> Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much.
 --Oscar Wilde

Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much.
–Oscar Wilde

That’s all

This is the basic syntax, search on the web for more options. Now it’s your turn: start writing!