Tag: markdown

Using markdown to markup bookmarks and pages: Part 2 – Bullets and headings

Using markdown to markup bookmarks and pages: Part 2 – Bullets and headings

Some time ago, we posted a blog about marking up your bookmarks and pages using Markdown. That blog covered the basics, such as making text bold and using a fixed width font. In this second blog, we will continue to explore the possibilities of Markdown. We will show you how you can make use markup…

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Using markdown to markup bookmarks and pages: Part 1 – Basics

Using markdown to markup bookmarks and pages: Part 1 – Basics

There are many features to start.me most users don’t know about. And that’s fine: that leaves something to be discovered. Today I will start a series of blogs about one of these ‘hidden’ features: Markdown. This easy to learn markup language is supported by start.me and allows you to add some extra style to your…

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A bookmarks block header to add context

A bookmarks block header to add context

Grouping bookmarks in blocks is the primary function of start.me. Over the past few years we have added many smaller and larger features to help customize bookmark blocks: adding descriptions, icon and detail view modes, selecting custom icons, transparent backgrounds, et cetera. Today’s addition is not a huge new feature, but it will surely open up…

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More layout options for Bookmarks widget

More layout options for Bookmarks widget

Two weeks ago we introduced a new ‘Detailed list’ mode in the Bookmarks widget. This mode supports adding descriptions to your bookmarks. We got a lot of positive feedback. Today we are adding some more cool formatting options: larger icons and Markdown support! Larger icons The Bookmarks supports a new setting: Icon size. This setting…

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