Jekyll supports the use of Markdown with inline HTML tags which makes it easier to quickly write posts with Jekyll, without having to worry too much about text formatting. A sample of the formatting follows.

## Table of content

• TOC
• You need to put this at the beginning of the page where you want the table of content to be displayed
* TOC
{:toc}


It will then render the markdown and html titles (lines that begins with # or using the <h1></h1> tages)

## Title

### Subtitle

Tables have also been extended from Markdown:

Content Cell Content Cell
Content Cell Content Cell

Here’s an example of an image, which is included using Markdown:

This is another example of list:

• list of things
1. Sub list
2. of Other things
3. with numbers
• And many more
• Sub sub list
• can go on …
• and on …
• and on !
• That’s it.

### Other subtitle

Highlighting for code in Jekyll is done using Base16 or Rouge. This theme makes use of Rouge by default.

### Math

Type on Strap uses KaTeX to display maths. Equations such as $$S_n = a \times \frac{1-r^n}{1-r}$$ can be displayed inline.

Alternatively, they can be shown on a new line:

$f(x) = \int \frac{2x^2+4x+6}{x-2}$