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Random Thoughts » Image links

Image links

I just learned how to create image links in markdown, It’s pretty much just to combine creating a link and creating a image ( go figure :P ).

How to define a link in markdown:

[text][link]
[link]: link "description"

How to define an image in markdown:

![alt text][image]
[image]: link "optional title"

Image link:

[![alt text][image]][link]
[link]: link "description"
[image]: link "optional title"

As you can see I use the expanded link and image syntax, I find it a lot easier to read when you define all the links at one place ( that is the bottom of the page ).

If you are interested in more information about Markdown.

Edit
This page contains a pretty good introduction to Markdown as well.

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