About Markdown format for Rabbit slide

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

Page

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.

Emphasis

You can emphasize strings. Enclose it with an asterisk.

*Emphasis*

Image

You can describe as normal markdown format.

![image](lavie.png)

Table

Also you can make table.

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

Items

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

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

Quotation

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.