The Markdown Mark
Use this mark to identify Markdown. It should be used to identify user input areas which support Markdown-compiled HTML output or to identify general Markdown support. If you are unable to use an image to display the Markdown Mark, use this unicode approximation: [M↓]. See "Usage".
The files included in this repository have been carefully pixel-fitted and are designed to be viewed at precisely the resolutions indicated. Changing the display sizes of the files could lead to unintentional antialiasing. For more information, please see: https://dcurt.is/pixel-fitting.
This mark was designed by Dustin Curtis. http://twitter.com/dcurtis
Markdown was invented by John Gruber. http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown
Contributions to the Markdown Mark were provided by Mac Tyler. http://mactyler.com
If you can contribute additional format facsimiles of the included Photoshop reference document, please submit them as pull requests to the Markdown Mark repository on Github.
For the outline version of the mark, the border should be ½ of X. The internal whitespace between the M icon, the down arrow, and the box border should be precisely X.
You should use this mark to identify user input areas which support Markdown-compiled HTML output or to identify general Markdown support. Although you may modify this mark any way you like, without restriction, please respect the following guidelines:
- Do not change the aspect ratio of the rounded box enclosure.
- Do not change the border radius of the rounded box enclosure.
- Do not change the relative sizes of the M icon, the down arrow icon, and the box.
- The three elements that make up the mark, including the M icon, the down arrow icon, and the box enclosure, should always be the same color.
- When possible, please display the mark in a shade of gray, white, or black.
If you cannot use an image for the Markdown Mark, use this unicode approximation:
(Do not use this unicode approximation unless you are absolutely unable to use an image to display the Markdown Mark.)
Use the Markdown Mark to identify a user text input area:
Use the Markdown Mark to identify general markdown support:
You can buy Markdown Mark stickers from Whipps Sticker Co.
See the included file LICENSE.