Markdown Cheatsheet

Markdown is one of many ways, one of the better ones, of writing HTML without writing HTML. You use a more natural style to markup text and feed it to a Markdown conversion script which generates the corresponding HTML. Many sites on the net today natively (or via plugins) support Markdown markup (e.g: Tumblr). There are already a few cheatsheets (1, 2) for Markdown, but I made this one up anyway, since I wanted a different layout and something that fits in one A4 or Letter sized sheet of paper.

Below are standard (dark) and light versions, the latter more suitable for printing.

Download (PDF)  »  Standard  Light

As with most of my projects, the sources (an Apple Keynote file; be warned: I am an utter amateur) are in GitHub and you are welcome to fork it for modifications.

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