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Youcanwriteparagraphslikeyounormallywould. The text you are reading currently is a paragraph. As you can see, all types of annotations are supported – bold, italic, underline, strikethrough, inline code, different text color, different text background or combinations of these.
All of the headings (H1, H2, H3) that are in Notion are supported by MDX.one
Here are the examples of how they look:
You can also add todo lists like this:
You can also add lists as bullet points:
Maybe you want them to be numbered. You can do that too.
You can even add a collapsible toggle and hide some content until the reader tries to reveal it. Click on the below toggle to see what's inside.
This is the summary
This is the content hidden inside a toggle.
You can even add quotes to your post which looks like this.
This is a quote.
You can even separate two blocks of content with a divider.
You can also make something standout by using a callout like this.
This is an interesting idea.
You can upload your own image and view that here.
You can also select one from Unsplash and display that.
If you a link to the image, you can use that to add images too.
You can even create some complex layouts of images, add captions to images and see them on your MDX.one blog.
Want to show a youtube video on your blog post? You can do that. Most of the other popular video embeds should work too.