About Markdown format for Rabbit slide

Rabbit uses Markdown format but it uses different usage with normal document. See sample slide about sample slide.


The largest headline (#) is title of page. The page follows next title.

# Title SOMETHING ... # Next Page ...

This example has two pages.

Title page

The first page is the title page. You can specify meta information of the slide by using a labeled list (:) in the title page.

# Title of slide author : Kouhei Sutou institution : COZMIXNG

This example shows the author is Kouhei Sutou and his institution is COZMIXNG.

At the moment, you can specify subtitle, content_source and even the theme. “theme” is for the default theme of this slide.


You can emphasize strings. Enclose it with an asterisk.



You can describe as normal markdown format.



Also you can make table.

|Head1 |Head2 |Head3 | |:-----------|------------:|:------------:| |Content1 |Content2 |Content3 |


Markdown has several list notation such as *, +, - You can use any of the notation.

* Level1-1 * Level2-1 * Level1-2 * Level1-3


If you put “>” on the head of the line, it will be quoted text.

> You take the *red pill*, you stay in Wonderland and > I show you how deep the *rabbit-hole* goes.