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Created: 2022-02-26 | Last update: 2022-04-03

Markdown Basic Formatting

Text Styling

Markdown makes it easy to format messages. Type a message as you normally would, then use these the following formatting syntax to render the message a specific way

Markdown Syntax Result
**bold** bold
_italic_ italic
==highlight== highlight
~~strike through~~ strike through
^^underline^^ underline
`Inline Code` Inline Code
==_you_ **can** ^^combine^^ `too`== you can combine too

Horizontal Line

Horizontal Line Example
Horizontal line

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Three consecutive dashes

Result:

Horizontal line


Three consecutive dashes

Heading

To create a heading, add number signs (#) in front of a word or phrase. The number of number signs you use should correspond to the heading level. For example, to create a heading level three (h3), use three number signs (e.g., ### My Header).

Headings from h1 through h6 are constructed with a # for each level:

Regular Headings

Regular Headings (h1-h6)
### Heading 3

#### Heading 4

##### Heading 5

###### Heading 6

Result:

Heading 3

Heading 4

Heading 5
Heading 6

Headings with secondary text

Headings with secondary text (h1-h6)
### Heading 3 <small>with secondary text</small>

#### Heading 4 <small>with secondary text</small>

##### Heading 5 <small>with secondary text</small>

###### Heading 5 <small>with secondary text</small>

Result:

Heading 3 with secondary text

Heading 4 with secondary text

Heading 5 with secondary text
Heading 6 with secondary text