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Francois van der Hoven
Francois van der Hoven
2,026 Points

The community/cheatsheet link is not working

Hi Treehouse support,

The community pages have this advice at the bottom:

Please us the markdown cheatsheet to add your codeblock into the question https://teamtreehouse.com/community/cheatsheet

but the link does not work! I have tested it on Safari and Chrome.

Regards, Francois

1 Answer

Niyamat Almass
Niyamat Almass
8,176 Points

If you go to the direct link it doesn't show. Suppose you want to edit your question.So at the bottom of your question you press edit and then you should see this at the bottom of the edit question box

Reference this Markdown Cheatsheet for syntax examples for formatting your post.

So you left click on the Markdown Cheatsheet and then the Cheatsheet will appear as dialog. If you still can't get the Cheatsheet I post it below

Here is your Markdown Cheatsheet.

Markdown Cheatsheet
Markdown is a short-hand syntax for easily converting text to HTML. Below are some popular examples of Markdown formatting. For more examples reference Markdown Basics for a more detailed overview.

This is an [example link](http://example.com/)

Wrap your code with 3 backticks (```) on the line before and after. If you specify the language after the first set of backticks, that'll help us with syntax highlighting.

          <p>This is code!</p>

Here’s a word that is *emphasized*

Here’s a word that is **bold**

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

Unordered List
+ Candy
+ Gum
+ Peanuts

Ordered List
1. Red
2. Green
3. Blue

Hope that helps.

Francois van der Hoven
Francois van der Hoven
2,026 Points

Hi Niyamat, thank you for this information. (I have corrected the typo in my question!)