Markdown Test

· 2 February 2021 ·

   2 min read


Title One

# Title One

Title Two

## Title Two

Title Three

### Title Three

Title Four

#### Title Four

Title Five

##### Title Five

Title Six

###### Title Six

####### Title Seven ###### Title Seven. Is there a title seven? No, since the markdown appears as text and is not treated as a tag, it appears there is no Title Seven.


___ Horizontal Rule (three _ or -)

  • Unordered list
  • Second line
    • Nested (needs at least two spaces before the markdown tag).
    • Another line.
      • Further nesting
        • Further nesting
          • Further nesting
      • Back up two levels
      • Should be the same level
      • Which level does this appear? (Two tabs, but three levels of ‘two spaces’)
        • How about this one? (Appears the same level as above in the source text, but is 3 levels of ‘two spaces’.)
    1. Ordered List (nested within unordered list)
    2. Second item
    3. Third item
      1. Nested first item (Note indenting by four spaces.)
      2. second item
        1. Nested first item
        2. Second item
  1. Ordered List (not nested within another list)
  2. Second item
  3. Third item
    1. Nested first item
    2. second item
      1. Nested first item
      2. Second item
        1. Five tabs

Nested ordered lists must be indented by four spaces or ? tabs.

Table

Note alignment indicator ‘:’. It appears that the delimiter row cell width has some bearing on the rendered column’s width, though it’s not obvious what the exact relationship is. Column A is much wider than the two other columns, yet Column C is not six times wider than Column B (6 x ‘-’ compared to 1 x ‘-')

Column A Column B Column C
Row 1 Row 1 Row 1
Row 2 Cell B Cell C

Strikethrough is tildes ~~tildes~~ ^[^1]

Finally

Superscript, subscript and footnotes are not supported, although they can be generated with HTML tags.[1]

[1] A footnote.