Continuing the discussion from Horizontal Rule "—" Sometimes Changes Text Size & Offers Folding, etc:
I’m trying to understand the difference between
- - - (better understanding of Markdown syntax)
What is a “post header”? I’ve looked this up but still couldn’t understand what it is or does.
all of the below is an h2 header
## h2 test
So, beside h2 header does this apply to any other header levels?
Any number of
= will create a h1 header, any number of
- a h2 header.
Paragraphs in markdown are separated by blank lines. If you do not add a blank line after any text, the
--- will be interpreted as applying to the text above, thus formatting it as h2.
Thus you don’t need spaces between the dashes like
- - -. I think by “post header” the author just means “post” in the sense of “after” → using dashes directly after a line in order to format it as a header.
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