Worksheet to practice beginner’s Markdown.
Table of Contents
You’re sections headers will be used to reference location of destination.
The worksheet.md is a beginners worksheet to Markdown. It will walk you through the basic syntax of Markdown and provide you with exercises to practice what you learn.
How To Use
To get the worksheet, simply download or clone this repository. From there, you can open it up in a text editor (I suggest Visual Studio Code) to make changes and practice by completing the “TODO” items.
- Markdown Cheat Sheet – Adam P on Github
- Daring Fireball Markdown Syntax
- MarkDown in Visual Studio Code
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