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Simple plain-text markup language whose processor produces HTML.

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How do I prevent auto-linkification in BitBucket commit comments?

BitBucket auto-linkifies some text in your comment comments, like issue numbers after the word "issue" and what it thinks are changest identifiers/hashes. Now, I'm writing this table which has a ...
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Using GitHub markdown image tag but image is not displaying inline

I have a README.md in my GitHub repository and I have an image tag in it that looks like this: ![Wireframe001](wireframes/wireframe001.png?raw=true "Wireframe001") and I can confirm that I have a ...
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How to use Jekyll locally to create/edit posts on remote WordPress?

How do I use Jekyll on my local machine to create/edit posts on my remote WordPress blog? More specifically: I want to write posts in plain text, use Jekyll's markup parser to create HTML, and then ...
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How to keep relative links in GitHub subproject consistent in npmjs.org interface

The code of the npm package I'm developing belongs to a bigger repo, which contains a lot of different stuff. There's a README.md file with relative links to the documentation contained in the same ...
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Collaborate on a github-hosted markdown file, no login required

I have my blog on GitHub Pages with Jekyll. The .md files are in a public GitHub repo. I would like to be able to add a link at the bottom of a post, something like "Feedback? Suggest changes at link"....
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GitHub Pages theme for slides

I'm looking for a GitHub Pages theme that will allow me to present the markdown files on the repo as slides. But, Without having to run Jekyll locally on my machine (therefore only using GHP as a ...
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Underscores within identifiers not properly handled when importing markdown to Confluence/wiki

I am using the Insert | Markup | Markdown capability within a Confluence wiki page. The import does not properly handle the following: _sys_vertica_nwgr_ In native markdown : When imported (/...