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Data Bytes - Getting Started with Markdown

Markdown is a way of formatting your writing for reading on the web: it’s a set of easy-to-remember symbols that show where text formatting should be added. For Jekyll in particular, Markdown means you can write webpages in a way that’s easier to learn than HTML. In this workshop, we’ll learn to create basic Markdown documents. If you attended the “Building Static Pages with Jekyll” workshop, this workshop will help you learn how to write pages in Markdown. But if you did not attend the Jekyll workshop, you can still benefit from learning this versatile markup language that is increasingly used on websites, documents, notes, and technical documentation.

Presented by Brandon Katzir, Assistant Professor and Digital Services Librarian at the Edmon Low Library. This workshop is the second part of a series (Part 1 is "Data Bytes - Building Web Pages with Jekyll and GitHub" on Wednesday, November 16th).

Date:
Friday, November 18, 2022
Time:
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Location:
Online
Categories:
Instruction
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