Blogging using markdown

I’m starting to blog using [markdown]1. I got introduced to Markdown when I was starting to use IPython Notebook, since then, I’ve been using it quite often.

Contents:

1. Headers
2. Unordered List
3. Ordered List
4. Codes
5. Images
6. Footnotes
7. Abbreviations
8. Definitions
9. Quotes

1. Headers

Header 1

Header 2

Header 3

Header 4

Header 5
Header 6

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2. Unordered List

  • Item1 using *
  • Item2 using *
  • Item3 using –
  • Item4 using –

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3. Ordered List

  1. ordered list no. 1
  2. ordered list no. 2

* unordered item 1
* unordered item 2
3. ordered list no. 3

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4. Codes

This is a line of Python code:

print "Hello World"

This is a block of Python code:

import numpy as np
import pandas as pd
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

It seems that syntax highlighting doesn’t work for my theme?

#button {
border: none;
}

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5. Images

This is an image of Mount. Tai

img

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6. Footnotes

This is a footnote1.

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7. Abbreviations

This is an abbreviation for HTML.

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8. Definitions

This is a definition of

Markdown
Text-to-HTML conversion tool

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9. Quotes

Quoted text.
> Quoted quote.
* Quoted
* List

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Check this tutorial for more examples and explanations.

Enjoy!


  1. This is a footnote. 

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