Learn the essentials of Markdown syntax quickly and easily with this ultimate Markdown cheat sheet. Whether you're new to Markdown or need a refresher, this guide will help you write and format text in Markdown with ease.

What is Markdown?

Markdown is a lightweight markup language with plain-text-formatting syntax. Its design allows it to be converted to many output formats, but the original tool by the same name only supports HTML.


In Markdown, you can create headers using the # symbol. The number of # symbols corresponds to the level of the header (H1 - H6).

# H1
## H2
### H3
#### H4
##### H5
###### H6


You can add emphasis through bold or italics with the * or _ symbols.

*This text will be italic*
_This will also be italic_

**This text will be bold**
__This will also be bold__

You can also use ***bold and italic*** together.


Markdown supports ordered and unordered lists.

1. First item
2. Second item
3. Third item

* Unordered item
* Another unordered item

Nested lists can be created by indenting the items.

1. First item
   * Nested item 1
   * Nested item 2
2. Second item

Creating links in Markdown is simple. Use the following format: [link text](url)



Insert images using the following format: ![Alt Text](url)

![GitHub Logo](/images/logo.png)


You can create a blockquote with a > before the text.

As Kanye West said:

> We're living the future so
> the present is our past.

Inline Code

You can create inline code with back-ticks around the text.

I think you should use an
`<addr>` element here instead.


Markdown is an incredibly powerful tool that makes writing and formatting text a breeze. With this Markdown cheat sheet, you'll be able to master Markdown in no time.