List with numbers
Before each item in the list, add a number with a dot and a space.
The numbering of the list starts with the number that you put before the first item. The order of the numbers in the markup doesn't affect the numbering of the finished list. But it is more convenient to work with the source text if the list items are numbered in order.
To create a second-level list item, add three spaces to the beginning of the line.
To skip the numbering steps, put
#after the number with a dot and the number that the numbering starts with will continue.
Separate the list from the following text with an empty line.
1. List item 2. List item 1. Nested list item 2. Nested list item 3. Nested list item 3.#8 Item after skipping items in the numbering sequence 4. Ninth item of the list
List with letters
A list with letters is created in the same way as a numbered list, except that it uses Latin letters instead of numbers.
To create a list with Roman numerals, add the letter
ibefore each list item with a dot and a space.
Lists with letters don't support skipping numbering steps using the
List with capital letters: A. List item B. List item List with lowercase letters: a. List item b. List item List with Roman numerals: I. List item I. List item
- Insert a marker symbol before each item in the bulleted list. You can use the following symbols as markers
- To create a second-level list item, add three spaces to the beginning of the line.
- Separate the list from the following text with an empty line.
* List item * List item * Nested list item * Nested list item * List item
You can include a bulleted sub-list into your numbered list and vice versa.
1. Ordered list item 2. Ordered list item * Unordered nested list item * Unordered nested list item 1. Ordered list item
Block elements inside the list
1. item 1 <[Quote with a list 1. text 1. text 1. text ]> 1. item 2
A to-do list (checklist) is a numbered or bulleted list where you can mark completed items. To create a to-do list, add a space and the following characters after the number or bullet in each item:
for an unchecked item.
[x]for a checked item.
1. [x] Checked item 2.  Unchecked item 3.  Unchecked item
+ List item - [x] Checked item -  Unchecked item