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It's a gem for delegating markup rendering. Rendering math inline in e.g. Markdown is not a github-markup issue. You're welcome to reach out to the support team with further questions and suggestions about it, but please note that Markup does one specific thing — delegate rendering to gems — and rendering math inline in blobs happens elsewhere. Markdown is a lightweight markup language for creating formatted text using a plain-text editor. John Gruber and Aaron Swartz created Markdown in 2004 as a markup language that is appealing to human readers in its source code form. Extend with Functions. Need custom code? Add powerful server-side logic—without needing a server—through the magic of Netlify Functions. Functions are custom code you write that can be triggered each time a form submission arrives.

At GitLab, we love Markdown for providing a simple, clean way to add styling and formatting to plain text, that's visible and repeatable across multiple applications. This means you can copy and paste the text without losing the formatting, and it makes reviewing diffs easier, as you're still reviewing plain text with no hidden data.

GitLab Product Marketing Manager William Chia recorded this five-minute Markdown tutorial for another GitLab team-member, so you can see how Markdown works within GitLab:

GitLab Flavored Markdown

GitLab uses GitLab Flavored Markdown (GFM) for other handy functionality not supported by standard Markdown. Here are a few useful things you can do with GFM:

Reference issues, commits, merge requests, or team members

When you type #12 (or any number) in an issue, it will automatically create a link to the corresponding issue in that project. You can also easily reference other GitLab-specific items.

Autolink URLs

You don't have to use the standard []() format to create a link: just pasting the URL will autolink it.

Create diagrams and flowcharts

In GitLab 10.3 we added the ability to generate diagrams and flowcharts using mermaid.

Quick actions

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Open or close issues, reassign merge requests, add todos, unsubscribe from issues – these are just a few things you can do with GFM quick actions, all without leaving your keyboard. Just type / and a list of options will appear.

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These are just a few examples of GFM – see the Markdown documentation for a full list. We're adding to it all the time: as of our last release you can quickly make an issue confidential right from the issue comment field. This was a community contribution, and we invite you to contribute functionality and quick actions you'd find useful too!

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“A 5-minute #markdown tutorial by @TheWilliamChia” – Rebecca Dodd

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