Markdown Cheat Sheet

Headlines
# Headline 1
## Headline 2
### Headline 3

Styling
*italic*
**bold**
~~strike through~~

Links
http://url.com
[link text](http://www.url.com)

Quotes
> Quote text
***Johnny Author***

Images
![image alt text](image url)
***Image caption, description***

Horizontal rule
---

Inline Code
`var name = "John Doe";`

Code block with syntax highlighting
``` codelanguage
function foo() {
  return bar;
}
```

Bulleted list
- item 1
- item 2
- item 3

Numbered list
1. item 1
2. item 2
3. item 3

Introducing LINES

Simple open source publishing on Rails

See this beautiful blog right before you? Notice the appealing header graphics, the intricate headline styles, the typography that makes reading such a pleasure? If you find this pretty nice, you haven't yet seen the clear, consistent frontend with the beautifully slim editor that lets you just splurge your ideas.

Look at your blog. Now back at this. Now back at your blog. Now back at this. Sadly, your blog isn't this blog. But if you stopped using your theme-crazy, feature-overblown framework, you could well use this blog, because we just set it free.

Enough already with self-adulation.

As promised, we made an open source project out of it. We call this baby: LINES.
It's a blog platform that we offer especially for you awesome Ruby on Rails developers (and other tech-savvies).
We wanted to give you a solid editing system and an effective, responsive viewer, so you can share your knowledge with the world, saving you the hassle of having to program it from scratch or making a rotten compromise with existing blog platforms. Enjoy freedom and control with full OSS access.

And yes, the code is superclean, so you'll have no trouble adapting it to your needs and preferences.

If that sounds like it was made just for you — it was. Head over to LINES and take a look.

One more thing: this platform is still young and although we gave it a lot of brains and effort, a little love won't hurt it. So we heartily invite you to fork it on GitHub and develop it further.

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