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On this page you'll find every single markdown & mdx component used in our docs

Page Title & Data#

For the title of the page, and the name of the tab, at the very top of your file, just add this code snippet to the top.

Any thing inbetween the --- tags will be used for the meta data of the page

---title: Cheatsheetid: page-id-when-linking-to-it---

For Heading 1 specifically, you should set the page title in the meta data.

Docusaurus source docs

# Heading 1

Heading 2#

## Heading 2

Heading 3#

### Heading 3

Heading 4#

#### Heading 4
Heading 5#
##### Heading 5
Heading 6#
###### Heading 6

Line breaks#

Some text
With a line between them

Lists#

Unordered lists#

  • Unordered list 1
  • Unordered list 2
  • Unordered list 3
- Unordered list 1- Unordered list 2- Unordered list 3

Unordered lists#

You don't actually have to do the numbers, as long as there is a number at the start it'll count incrementally starting with the first number in the list

  1. Ordererd list 1
  2. Ordererd list 2
  3. Ordererd list 3
1. Ordererd list 169. Ordererd list 242. Ordererd list 3

Nested & Mixed lists#

  1. Ordererd list
    1. Sable
    2. Ferret
      • Cat rat
      • Fox weasel
    3. Lamp
  2. Ordererd list
    • Grape
    • Potatoes
      • Chips
        1. Crisps
        2. Fondant
        3. Frites
    • Lemons
      1. Three cats
      2. Pasta
      3. Ragu
  3. Ordererd list
1. Ordererd list    1. Sable    2. Ferret        - Cat rat        - Fox weasel    8. Lamp69. Ordererd list    - Grape    - Potatoes        - Chips            1. Crisps            1. Fondant            1. Frites    - Lemons        1. Three cats        1. Pasta        9. Ragu42. Ordererd list

Text styling#

Italic/Emphasize

_Italic/Emphasize_

Strong/Bold

**Strong/Bold**

Italic & Bold

**_Italic & Bold_**

Codeblocks#

So you basically define a section using the ``` anything between two lines that contain these 3 back quotes will be in the block

If you want specific formatting for a certain language like for example Javascript here:

const threeCats = ["cat", "cat", "cat"]
Mind the indentation here, code blocks in code blocks isn't normal usage    ```js    const threeCats = ["cat", "cat", "cat"]    ```

Theres a lot of different formattings to use, md, js, ts, etc. The package used is Prism react render

Quotes#

Quoted text.

Quoted quote.

Quoted text.

Quoted quote.

Quoted quote.

Quoted text.

Quoted quote.

Quoted quote.

Quoted quote.

> Quoted text.
> > Quoted quote.
> Quoted text.> > Quoted quote.> > > Quoted quote.
> Quoted text.> > Quoted quote.> > > Quoted quote.> > > > Quoted quote.

Admonitions#

These are nifty notification blocks from Docusaurus

note

The content and title can include markdown.

Your Title

The content and title can include markdown.

You can specify an optional title

Heads up! Here's a pro-tip.

info

Useful information.

caution

Warning! You better pay attention!

danger

Danger danger, mayday!

:::note
The content and title *can* include markdown.
:::
:::note Your Title
The content and title *can* include markdown.
:::
:::tip You can specify an optional title
Heads up! Here's a pro-tip.
:::
:::info
Useful information.
:::
:::caution
Warning! You better pay attention!
:::
:::danger
Danger danger, mayday!
:::

Links#

The links in this paragraph are being pulled from a list a link and another link.

The links in this paragraph are being pulled from a list [a link][1] andanother [link][2].
This is that list
[1]: http://example.com/ "Title"[2]: http://example.org/ "Title"

Images#

Alt tags for images#

You can update the alt tag data for text like this:

Logo: Alt

Logo: ![Alt](/img/logo.png "Flashbots logo")

You can create a image with a hyperlink to another page or a hash link on the page by adding the link in the brackets next to it

Linked logo: alt text

Linked logo: [![alt text](//img/logo.png)](https://docs.flashbots.net/ "Off to the docs")

MDX features#

A quick note on using what's called .mdx features, mdx means markdown extended, to used these features, you need to name your file to have the extention .mdx

For example cheatsheet.mdx

This lets you use react components that are a bit more intricate that the standard markdown features.

To make use of an mdx component like Tabs, you need to add any import ... from ... lines to the top of the page, but below the meta data section. Heres an example:

---title: Cheatsheet (Heading 1)---import Tabs from '@theme/Tabs';import TabItem from '@theme/TabItem';

Tabs#

This is an example of the tabs component.

For extend usage, please refer to the Docusaurus documentation.

This is an apple 🍎
import Tabs from '@theme/Tabs';import TabItem from '@theme/TabItem';
<Tabs  defaultValue="apple"  values={[    {label: 'Apple', value: 'apple'},    {label: 'Orange', value: 'orange'},    {label: 'Banana', value: 'banana'},  ]}>  <TabItem value="apple">This is an apple 🍎</TabItem>  <TabItem value="orange">This is an orange 🍊</TabItem>  <TabItem value="banana">This is a banana 🍌</TabItem></Tabs>

Inline Table of Contents#

If you need a table contents literally anywhere, you can make use of the <TOCInline> component.

For extend usage, please refer to the Docusaurus documentation.

import TOCInline from '@theme/TOCInline'
<TOCInline toc={toc} />

Footnotes & references#

This is how we make a reference to a foot note or reference that's found at the bottoms of the page.1

This is how we make a reference to a footnote [^1] that's found at the bottoms of the page

To create list of foot notes, you just add list like this somewhere, preferably at the bottom of the file

[^1]: an amazing foot note, you can add links n things here as usual

  1. an amazing foot note, you can add links n things here as usual