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This page serves two purposes:

Heading levels

The above heading is an H2. The page title renders as an H1. The following sections show H3-H6.


This is in an H3 section.


This is in an H4 section.


This is in an H5 section.


This is in an H6 section.

Inline elements

Inline elements show up within the text of paragraph, list item, admonition, or other block-level element.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.

Inline text styles


Bullet lists

Just indent the content to be even with the text of the bullet point, rather than the bullet itself.

  ls -l

Numbered lists

  1. This is a list item
  2. This is another list item in the same list. The number you use in Markdown does not necessarily correlate to the number in the final output. By convention, we keep them in sync.
  3. For single-digit numbered lists, using two spaces after the period makes interior block-level content line up better along tab-stops.

  4. This is a new list. It has two blank lines from the previous list, If it only had one blank line, it would still show up as part of the previous list.

  5. Numbered lists can have paragraphs or block elements within them.

    Just indent the content to be even with the text of the bullet point, rather than the bullet itself.

    $ ls -l
    • And a sub-list after some block-level content


Code blocks

You can create code blocks two different ways:

  this is a code block created by back-ticks

The back-tick method has some advantages.

To specify the language for the code block, put it directly after the first grouping of back-ticks:

ls -l

To format a link, put the link text inside square brackets, followed by the link target in parentheses. Link to Kubernetes.io or Relative link to Kubernetes.io

You can also use HTML, but it is not preferred. Link to Kubernetes.io


To format an image, use similar syntax to links, but add a leading ! character. The square brackets contain the image’s alt text. Try to always use alt text so that people using screen readers can get some benefit from the image.

pencil icon

An image can also be a link. This time the pencil icon links to the Kubernetes website. Outer square brackets enclose the entire image tag, and the link target is in the parentheses at the end.

pencil icon

You can also use HTML for images, but it is not preferred.

pencil icon


Simple tables have one row per line, and columns are separated by | characters. The header is separated from the body by cells containing nothing but at least three - characters. For ease of maintenance, try to keep all the cell separators even, even if you heed to use extra space.

Heading cell 1 Heading cell 2
Body cell 1 Body cell 2

The header is optional. Any text separated by | will render as a table.

Markdown tables have a hard time with block-level elements within cells, such as list items, code blocks, or multiple paragraphs. For complex or very wide tables, use HTML instead.

Heading cell 1 Heading cell 2
Body cell 1 Body cell 2

Sidebars and admonitions provide ways to add visual importance to text. Use them sparingly.

A sidebar offsets text visually, but without the visual prominence of admonitions.

This is a sidebar.

You can have paragraphs and block-level elements within a sidebar.

You can even have code blocks.

sudo dmesg


Admonitions (notes, warnings, etc) use Hugo shortcodes.

Note: Notes catch the reader’s attention without a sense of urgency.

You can have multiple paragraphs and block-level elements inside an admonition.

| Or | a | table |

Caution: The reader should proceed with caution.
Warning: Warnings point out something that could cause harm if ignored.


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