Markdown for lists

A couple of examples of creating lists using markdown. Please be aware that you need a LINE BREAK between text and beginning of a list. And a line break again after you last list item.

This is a header

This is some text.

  • first
  • second
    • subpart A
    • subpart B
  • third
    • more details
    • again more details
  • conclusion

Some more text outside the list.

This is a header

This is some text. In this case the list below has been styled using the Lister stack.

  • first
  • second
    • subpart A
    • subpart B
  • third
    • more details
    • again more details
  • conclusion

Some more text outside the list.


What you see below is the same in previous examples, but it's the exact Markdown code used along with any line breaks.


### This is a header

This is some text. In this case the list below has been **styled** using the Lister stack. 



- first
- second
    - subpart A
    - subpart B
- third
    - more details
    - again more details
- conclusion


Some more text outside the list. 


Ordered Lists

It's super easy to switch between ordered (i.e. numbered) and unordered (bullet points) styles of lists. Simply change the first item from a dash to a number with a period after it. Any number will do. In the list below all the items were dashes but the first item starts with 23.

This is some text.

  1. first
  2. second
    • subpart A
    • subpart B
  3. third
    • more details
    • again more details
  4. conclusion

Some more text outside the list.