Using Markdown

#Phrase Emphasis italic bold italic bold

#Links Inline:

An [example](http://example.com/ "Title") link.

Reference-style labels (titles are optional):

An [example][id]. Then, anywhere else in the doc, define the link:

[id]: http://example.com/  "Title"

#Images Inline (titles are optional):

![alt text](/path/img.jpg "Title")

Reference-style:

![alt text][id]

And anywhere else in the doc:
[id]: /url/to/img.jpg "Title"

#Headers Setext-style:

Header 1
========

Header 2
--------

atx-style (closing #'s are optional):

# Header 1 #

## Header 2 ##

## Another Header 2

###### Header 6

#Lists Ordered:

1. Foo
2. Bar

Unordered:

* A list item.
*  Bar

Nesting:

* Abacus
* Abacus
    * answer
* Bubbles
    1. bunk
    2. bupkis
        * ball
    3. burper
* Cunning

#Blockquotes > Email-style angle brackets > are used for blockquotes.

> > And, they can be nested.

> ## Headers in blockquotes
> 
> * You can quote a list.
> * Etc.

#Code Spans

`fancy --command --here` spans are delimited by backticks.

You can include literal backticks like `` `this` ``.

#Preformatted Code Blocks

    Indent every line of a code block by at least 4 spaces or 1 tab.

#Horizontal Rules Three or more dashes or asterisks:

---

* * *

- - - - 

#Manual Line Breaks End a line with two or more spaces:

Roses are red,  
Violets are blue.