A better guide to Markdown
jasonlombard at me.com
Sat Jun 16 13:13:47 EDT 2012
A simple search on (the very "Googleish"-designed) Google found many syntax references that may or may-not look "like a chick's tattoo" including...
I hope this helps and saves you time from praying.
On Jun 16, 2012, at 12:04 PM, Andy Lee <aglee at mac.com> wrote:
> By "guide to Markdown", do you mean a syntax reference? You could link directly to the syntax page rather than the overall general Markdown page:
> What do you mean by "Google's design"? Can you post one or more links illustrating what you mean? Are you talking about aesthetics? Usability?
> If you expect a particular kind of target audience you may want to write your own guide. For example, if you know 90% of them will just use the very basic features, then you could explain those briefly and point them to Gruber's page for the rest.
> On Jun 16, 2012, at 8:40 AM, Mikkel Bang wrote:
>> I just assumed that Markdown, being as big as it is, would have some proper looking docs that's all. Not necessarily proper to you and me, but to the entire world population. A document, or a design rather, that tries to find a common ground. Something universal, of which I believe Google's design is a perfect example.
>> I'll pray for a Markdown tutorial that doesn't look like some chick's tattoo. That doesn't write pages up and pages down about Markdown's history - but something straight to the point that ordinary people (non-geeks or whatever) can easily understand.
>> 2012/6/16 Mikkel Bang <facebookmannen at gmail.com>
>> Is there a simpler, better designed guide to Markdown than http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/ that I can refer my forum users to? Something Googleish-looking. Or do forum owners usually end up having to write their own guides?
>> Thank you!
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