Markdown is the most simple language which developers can use it for the making documentations as easy as plain-text file. In this article we will learn syntax in mark-down language just in five minute.
Markdown is most simple and lightweight language for creating documentations based on plain-texts which show as a rich content in the Web. You can control the format of display each part of your text by some simple Markdown syntax such as make text bold, italic, underline, create lists and etc. Mostly, Markdown is just a regular and plain text with a few non-alphabetic characters thrown in, like [_], [*], [#], end etc.
|Bold||**your text**||My name is **Siavash** Ghanbari.||My name is Siavash Ghanbari.|
|Italic||*your text*||My name is *Siavash* Ghanbari.||My name is Siavash Ghanbari.|
|Heading Style 1 <h1>||#||# Heading 1||
|Heading Style 2 <h2>||##||## Heading 2||
|Heading Style 62 <h6>||######||###### Heading 6||
There are two types of ordered list and un-ordered which Markdown support.
|un-ordered List||* Item||
* Plants * Animals * Duck * Monkey
|Ordered List||1. Item||
Link to a URL
http://siaqnbr.com - blog! [SiaQnbr](http://siaqnbr.com/blog/)
![GitHub Logo](/images/logo.png) Format: ![Alt Text](url)
I should mention GitHub uses its own version of the md file syntax which provides an additional set of useful features and abilities.