ReadMe

ReadMe Documentation

Welcome to the ReadMe Documentation, where you'll find comprehensive guides and community support to help you start working with ReadMe as quickly as possible!

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ReadMe's Markdown

Markdown Overview

Almost every field on ReadMe supports GitHub Flavored Markdown.

You can learn about Markdown here: https://help.github.com/articles/markdown-basics/

You can learn about GitHub Flavored Markdown here: https://help.github.com/articles/github-flavored-markdown/

Special ReadMe Features

Emoji
You can use emoji by wrapping the emoji's name in colons. For example, :+1:. You can start typing : in any Markdown field to see a filterable list. There's even some special ReadMe emoji, like :owlbert: :owlbert+:!

Font Awesome

Font Awesome icons can also be used by typing :fa-iconname: (such as :fa-thumbs-up: for ) find all the icon names in this Font Awesome Cheatsheet.

Limited Icons

We use Font Awesome version 4.3, newer icons are not supported

Links
ReadMe uses a special format for linking to pages within ReadMe. You can type "[" to bring up the list of pages, and then type to filter that list.

Headers

We changed all header types (#,##) to their own h1/h2/h3 settings. This might have changed a CSS setting that you already had. Here's what the defaults look like now:


ReadMe's Markdown


Suggested Edits are limited on API Reference Pages

You can only suggest edits to Markdown body content, but not to the API spec.