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Markdown formatting

The content in the Cookbook is written in the Markdown format. You can read more about Markdown at:

On this page are some basica formatting examples

Front Matter

Markdown documents can have associated metadata at the top called Front Matter:

id: my-doc
title: My document title
description: My document description
sidebar_label: My doc

Markdown content

Regular Markdown links are supported using url paths or relative file paths.

Let's see how to [Create a page](/create-a-page).
Let's see how to [Create a page](./

Markdown images

Regular Markdown images are supported.

Add an image at static/img/docusaurus.png and use this Markdown declaration:

![Docusaurus logo](/img/docusaurus.png)

Docusaurus logo

Code Blocks

Markdown code blocks are supported with Syntax highlighting.

```jsx title="src/components/HelloDocusaurus.js"
function HelloDocusaurus() {
return (
<h1>Hello, Docusaurus!</h1>
function HelloDocusaurus() {
return <h1>Hello, Docusaurus!</h1>;


Docusaurus has a special syntax to create admonitions and callouts:

:::tip My tip

Use this awesome feature option


:::danger Take care

This action is dangerous

My tip

Use this awesome feature option

Take care

This action is dangerous

React components

Thanks to MDX, you can make your doc more interactive and use React components inside Markdown:

export const Highlight = ({children, color}) => (
backgroundColor: color,
borderRadius: '2px',
color: 'red',
padding: '0.2rem',

<Highlight color="#25c2a0">Docusaurus green</Highlight> and <Highlight color="#1877F2">Facebook blue</Highlight> are my favorite colors.
Docusaurus green and Facebook blue are my favorite colors.