Markdown is a markup language which you can use to add formating elements to plaintext text documents (read more here). In Teragrep, markdown is a standalone interpreter.
If you wish to use extended syntax, you can read the documentation of Markdown Guide.
To use markdown in Teragrep’s editor, write
%md at the start.
Add number signs (#) in front of a word a phrase to create a heading. The heading level is defined by the number of number signs you use.
%md # Heading level 1 ## Heading level 2 ### Heading level 3 #### Heading level 4 ##### Heading level 5 ###### Heading level 6
You can use
-- instead for creating a level 1 and 2 heading.
%md Heading level 1 =============== Heading level 2 ---------------
Put always a space between the number signs and the heading name, otherwise Teragrep won’t recognize it’s a heading.
%md # Do like this #But not like this
You should also put blank lines before and after a heading.
%md When adding headings, remember to put blank lines before and after. # Heading Like this!
%md If there are no blank lines before and after, Teragrep won't recognize that you added a heading. # Heading In other words, don't do this!
You can add emphasis by making text bold or italic.
%md **This is bold text** __This is also bold text__ *This is italic text* _This is also italic text_
Bold and Italic
%md ***This is bold and italic text*** ___This is also bold and italic text___ __*This is an alternative italic and bold text*__ **_This is also an alternative italic and bold text_**
> in front of a paragraph to create a blockquote.
%md > I am a blockquote
Blockquotes can contain multiple paragraphs as well.
%md > I am a blockquote. > > And I am a paragraph inside the blockquote.
You can also nest blockquotes.
%md > I am a blockquote. > >> I am a nested blockquote.
Blockquotes with Other Elements
You can add other markdown formatted elements inside a blockquote.
%md > # This is a title inside a blockquote > > - I am a list item > - And so I am too > > I am **bold** and I am *italic*
You can create ordered or unordered lists with markdown.
%md This is ordered list 1. First item 2. Second item 3. Third item This is unordered list - First item - Second item - Third item This is also an unordered list * First item * Second item * Third item
Use one tab to indent the list item.
%md This is ordered list 1. First item 1. Indented item 2. Indented item 2. Second item This is unordered list * First item * Indented item * Indented item * Second item
Enclose your word or phrase with backticks (`) to denote it as code.
%md To use markdown, write `%md` at the start in the editor.
To create a code block, indent every line of the block by at least one tab or four spaces.
%md Let's add a code block with one tab. <p>This is a HTML paragraph</p> And another with four spaces. <b>This is bolded text.</b>