###MarkUpDown: The most thoughtful professional Markdown editor for Windows. Now with MarkUpDown Multiline Tables and Bootstrap Grids! Bootstrap layouts have never been so easy. MarkUpDown effortlessly and quickly turns your Markdown formatted text into beautifully formatted web pages and HTML. If you're a pro, you're going to love the carefully tuned edit commands, accessible via command buttons *and* keyboard shortcuts. You'll also love the built-in option to upload images to imgur, ensuring all of your content is accessible regardless of host. MultiMarkdown-flavor HTML table support is included, and there's even a bootstrap grid layout feature. MarkUpDown's Easy Actions will make markup flow from your fingers faster than ever before. You'll keep your hands on your keyboard longer, and that means you'll spend more time *typing*, not tagging. If you're new to Markdown, MarkUpDown will hold your hand as your learn Markdown syntax, ramping you up as quickly as you're comfortable. Beginners will love the helpful toolbars, and will quickly grow into experts ready to take advantage of MarkUpDown's most useful, Markdown-targeted features. Type, save, export to a file or your clipboard, and have well-formed, beautiful HTML source ready to put exactly where you want it. And if anything acts funny, you have a feature request, or just want to send your feedback, MarkUpDown includes excellent support. Drop us a line (firstname.lastname@example.org), and we'll keep you happy.
What's new in this version
1.5.6 Bug Fix Fixed an issue where pasting plain text "as html" could crash MarkUpDown. Plain text now pastes as plain text regardless of paste shortcut used. (HTML continues to work as expected.) 1.5.5 Bug fix Fixes an issue with inserting bullets into an empty file (or at the end of a file) using the toolbar buttons. 1.5.4 Features & Bug Fixes * Features * Hold onto your hats! You can now CHANGE THE EDITOR'S FONT! * You can even CHANGE THE EDITOR'S FONT SIZE! I know. It's *madness!* * New ways to handle HTML Pastes. 1. Remove all styles and classes, 2. Factor all inline styles into a `<style>` block, or... 3. Leave the paste unchanged. If you haven't tried MarkUpDown's paste-as-HTML feature, you should. You can copy text from your favorite browser, and then hit alt-v to paste it (or even alt-shift-v to paste in a pre-formatted quote *with a link to the original URL*) to paste it into MarkUpDown retaining links and other markup. If you have an active internet connection, you can see MarkUpDown's HTML paste in action in a demo video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxwQAlJXBFo&t=16m48s), and then check out the new ways you can format those pastes in *Settings (click the gear icon), Editor, CSS Management*. * Bug Fixes * Some newline normalization, as MarkUpDown would mix newline types in certain edge cases.
- Markdown Editor
- Instant HTML Preview
- Export to HTML
- Quick layout assit with Bootstrap grids
- Upload and host images on imgur.com
- Multimarkdown table support