Markdown Cheat Sheet
Squarespace’s markdown block allows you to use markdown language to style text, create lists, create block quotes, and more. But . . . you have to know markdown to use the block.
So, we’ve put together this cheat sheet so that you can make the most of this quiet, yet versatile block.
Simple Text Style
Italic = *italic*
Bold = **bold**
Inline link = This is how you create an [linked text] (https://squaresetter.com/ “link title”).
Superscript And Subscript
Subscript = <sub>2</sub>
Inline: ![alt text](/path/img.jpg “image title”)
Heading 1 = # Heading Text
Heading 2 = ## Heading Text
Ordered, without paragraphs =
Unordered, with paragraphs =
> Email-style angle brackets are used for blockquotes.
>> You can also nest them.
> * You can quote a list.
> * Etc.
> To break the nested blockquote, add a space between lines.
Add another line to resume regular paragraph text.
`<code>` spans are delimited by backticks.
You can include literal backticks like `` `this` ``
Text Colors & Fun
Color = The beginning of the sentence <span style="color:red">cardinals</span>.
Font Change = The beginning of the sentence <span style="font-family:Papyrus; font-size:4em;">LOVE!</span>