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Markdown Features

Docusaurus supports Markdown and a few additional features.

Front Matter#

Markdown documents have metadata at the top called Front Matter:
---id: my-doc-idtitle: My document titledescription: My document descriptionslug: /my-custom-url---
## Markdown heading
Markdown text with [links](./


Regular Markdown links are supported, using url paths or relative file paths.

Let's see how to [Create a page](/create-a-page).
Let's see how to [Create a page](./

Result: Let's see how to Create a page.


Regular Markdown images are supported.

Add an image at static/img/docusaurus.png and display it in Markdown:

![Docusaurus logo](/img/docusaurus.png)

Docusaurus logo

Code Blocks#

Markdown code blocks are supported with Syntax highlighting.

```jsx title="src/components/HelloDocusaurus.js"function HelloDocusaurus() {    return (        <h1>Hello, Docusaurus!</h1>    )}```
function HelloDocusaurus() {  return <h1>Hello, Docusaurus!</h1>;}


Docusaurus has a special syntax to create admonitions and callouts:

:::tip My tip
Use this awesome feature option
:::danger Take care
This action is dangerous
My tip

Use this awesome feature option

Take care

This action is dangerous

MDX and React Components#

MDX can make your documentation more interactive and allows using any React components inside Markdown:

export const Highlight = ({children, color}) => (  <span    style={{      backgroundColor: color,      borderRadius: '20px',      color: '#fff',      padding: '10px',      cursor: 'pointer',    }}    onClick={() => {      alert(`You clicked the color ${color} with label ${children}`)    }}>    {children}  </span>);
This is <Highlight color="#25c2a0">Docusaurus green</Highlight> !
This is <Highlight color="#1877F2">Facebook blue</Highlight> !

This is Docusaurus green !

This is Facebook blue !