Github Flavored Markdown (GFM)
Sample (from 34 notes)
|Front||How do you align the columns in a markdown (GFM) table?|
|Back||add a colon : to either side or both sides of the tables header dashes :--- left align :---: center align ---: right align x | left alignment| Center alignment | Right alignment --- | :-------- | :-------: | ---: row 1 | *cell a1* | __*cell b1*__ | `cell c1` row 2 |__cell a2__ | `cell b2` |cell c2 row 3| *cell a3* |cell b3| _cell c3_ with the exception of headers #, Markdown styling may be applied to cell contents|
|Front||How do you link to a Github Issue or Pull request using its RAW URL in markdown?|
|Back||by using the issue's RAW URL in the paranthetical link definition using standard markdown link syntax [#1](https://github.com/user/repo/issues/1) [#1](https://github.com/dmidlo/weblog/issues/1) you can likewise use the biblographic reference style to link to repository files [Issue - How do you link to a Github Issue or Pull request in markdown?][#1] [#1]: https://github.com/dmidlo/weblog/issues/1 Feature: Bibilographic references are not displayed in-browser on github|
|Front||How do you create a unordered sub-list in markdown?|
|Back||by applying indentation within an unordered list * list item dog * list item dogName * list item dogFood * list item dogWalk * list item phone number * list item pogo-stick|
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