You can use the editor on GitHub to maintain and preview the content for your website in Markdown files.
Whenever you commit to this repository, GitHub Pages will run Jekyll to rebuild the pages in your site, from the content in your Markdown files.
Markdown is a lightweight and easy-to-use syntax for styling your writing. It includes conventions for
This is a syntax-highlighted code block # Header 1 ## Header 2 ### Header 3 - Bulleted - List 1. Numbered 2. List **Bold** and _Italic_ and `Code` text [Link](url) and ![Image](url)
One newline doesn’t do anything; two give a paragraph break. For an ordinary line break, append two spaces to the end of the line.
You can manually indent text using the special en space character, which you can copy from this example:
This line is indented by 4 en-spaces.
For more details see GitHub Flavored Markdown.
Your Pages site will use the layout and styles from the Jekyll theme you have selected in your repository settings. The name of this theme is saved in the Jekyll
_config.yml configuration file.