Blogging with StackEdit

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Would you like to add posts to your blog with a cool editor? Do you want to publish in Blogger, WordPress, Tumblr, etc.?
Try StackEdit Click the link you’ve just seen, and start editing a markdown document. Forget about switching from WYSIWYG to HTML and back. Enjoy a split-screen instead: one side is where you type in markdown format, and the other is the WYSIWYG result.

Editing the Post

Editing a post is simpler than editing an HTML page, and sometimes even simpler than working with the text editor provided by the blogging site. For example, if you add code to your post, just write it between two lines starting with three back-ticks (back-quotes).
For example:
var j=3;
will be displayed as:

var j=3;
  • To display headers of level H1 or H2, type a line of equal-signs or dashes respectively under tho header text.
  • For H1 thru H6, begin the lines with number of pounds equal to the level (#, ##, …, ######).
  • Place your bold text between two pairs of asterisks (**bold text**).
  • Place your italic text between single asterisks or underscores. (_italic_).
  • Hyperlinks: there are two ways to add them, one is to simply type the URL, for example ‘, the other is to type the text in brackets, and the link in parentheses, for example: [Example Site](

You can learn more about markdown syntax, by clicking the syntax icon in from the floating menu at the bottom:
Floating Menu

Publishing Your Post

Before publishing, let’s set variables, such as tags. Type your variables, between two lines, consisting of three dashes as follows:

variable: value

For example:

tags: tag1, tag2, tag3

You can see which variables you can set, when you decide where to publish your post.
To publish a post, click on the ‘#’ menu, and choose publish as shown in the following image:

After choosing the site to which you want to publish, click OK or Cancel (if you want to set the interpreted variables, for example.)

NOTE: It is recommended to upload images to the site before including it in your document.

Now, you can use StackEdit to update your post.

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