Plain text was originally designed to be exactly that: plain, no italics, bold type, or one of the other tools that humans use to underline their words. This is great for notation, but as text became more prevalent in web content, the need for more control over formatting arose. Markdown was created as a lightweight language for adding formatting to text in a plain text editor, but there are rulesthem to follow and it is really helpful to have a guide.
Enter Markdown + Markup Editor , which provides editing, styling, preview, and export options for text without disrupting the writing flow.
Every keystroke and every change you make is quickly reflected directly in the text editor, with the ability to export to any site or app. Just open Markdown + and start typing. The text will be personalized automatically and all Changes made will be able to be viewed in a preview window showing the final formatted output.
The options don't end there, however. Markdown + comes with 13 basic styles preloaded to make your text stand out Choose from dynamic font and layout templates like United and Spruce, then addSet the font and background colors to match the style of your blog or website.
This editor works with macOS 10.10 or later, and PCMag readers can dive directly into Markdown + Markup Editor for 9.99 $ 33% off MSRP.
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