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I have modified the the-plain theme by Heiswayi, to give it a stale look.

This is a minimalist Jekyll theme built to focus on writing stuffs that matter. Suitable to be used as a personal blog!

Fork or download the theme here.

This is Markdown Cheatsheet Demo for The Plain, this Jekyll theme. Please check the raw content of this file for the markdown usage.

Typography Elements in One

Let’s start with a informative paragraph. This text is bolded. But not this one! How about italic text? Cool right? Ok, let’s combine them together. Yeah, that’s right! I have code to highlight, so ThisIsMyCode(). What a nice! Good people will hyperlink away, so here we go or http://www.example.com.

Headings H1 to H6

H1 Heading

H2 Heading

H3 Heading

H4 Heading

H5 Heading
H6 Heading

Footnote

Let’s say you have text that you want to refer with a footnote, you can do that too! This is an example for the footnote number one 1. You can even add more footnotes, with link! 2

Blockquote

Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. –Francis of Assisi

NOTE: This theme does NOT support nested blockquotes.

List Items

  1. First order list item
  2. Second item

Code Blocks

var s = "JavaScript syntax highlighting";
alert(s);
s = "Python syntax highlighting"
print s
No language indicated, so no syntax highlighting.
But let's throw in a <b>tag</b>.

Table

Table 1: With Alignment

TablesAreCool
col 3 isright-aligned$1600
col 2 iscentered$12
zebra stripesare neat$1

Table 2: With Typography Elements

MarkdownLessPretty
Stillrendersnicely
123

Horizontal Line

The HTML <hr> element is for creating a “thematic break” between paragraph-level elements. In markdown, you can create a <hr> with any of the following:

renders to:




Media

YouTube Embedded Iframe

Image

Minion

  1. Footnote number one yeah baby! ↩︎

  2. A footnote you can link to - click here! ↩︎