<ul> <li>First list item!</li> <li>Second list item!</li> <li>Third item!</li> </ul>I can write this:
* First list item! * Second list item! * Third item!then run it through the
markdownprocessor to generate HTML. However the default text it spits out is really ugly; it uses your browser’s default styling. This means that lines will stretch all the way across the page and the only font you can use is Times (or Arial, for sans-serif). So I wrote about 100 lines of CSS to make your generated Markdown files look much, much prettier. You only have to add the following line to the top of your
<link href="http://kevinburke.bitbucket.org/markdowncss/markdown.css" rel="stylesheet"></link>and you’re good to go. Your eyes (and your viewers eyes) will thank you. For more check out the project homepage or the Github repo.
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