Markdown is amazing and such an awesome way to format the text you write.

I am using most of the features from it where appropriate. However in my GitHub repositories I like to mix in a little HTML mostly for cantering things like headings, images and images because I have a thing for centred content for some reason. And with macros adding these HTML blocks is as fast as adding a markdown header for me.


  • You can use relative paths in markdown links.
    • You can also link to headings inside the document with #...
  • Don't add extra space after heading as it is unnecessary.
    • In referencing titles to jump to in README, lowercase them (i.e. [Contributing](#contributing))
      • Lose the punctuation in the end in the link.

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