Example

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. To that effect, below is a basic example of a content file written in Markdown. We’ll assume its file path is my-site/content/review/Die Hard.md. This will result in a final URL of http://example.com/review/die-hard.html. Kudos to Empire for the text.

;;;
"title": Die Hard Review,
"date": "2016-12-06 16:39"
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## Intro ##
New York cop _John McClane_ is visiting his estranged wife Holly in LA for
Christmas. Arriving in time for her Christmas party at the Nakatomi Plaza
skyscraper, he is unfortunately also just in time to see terrorists take
everyone there hostage. As the only cop inside the building, McClane does his
best to sort the situation out.

## About ##
The smart-mouthed, high-rise thriller which launched [Bruce Willis][hero] as an
action figure and accidentally rekindled Hollywoods enthusiasm for disaster
movies (a worthy 80s cousin to The Towering Inferno). Die Hard has proved a
reliable video fixture for the home and looks great on DVD; just dying to be
racked alongside its two successors.

## Verdict ##
John McClane's smartmouthed New York cop was a career-defining turn, mixing
banter, action heroics and a dirty white vest to stunning effect. Acting up to
him every step of the way is [Alan Rickman][rickman], at his sneering best - but the script
and cast are pretty much flawless. The very pinnacle of the '80s action movie,
and if it's not the greatest action movie ever made, then it's damn close.

[hero]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_Willis
[rickman]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Rickman

This would be rendered as below:

Intro

New York cop John McClane is visiting his estranged wife Holly in LA for Christmas. Arriving in time for her Christmas party at the Nakatomi Plaza skyscraper, he is unfortunately also just in time to see terrorists take everyone there hostage. As the only cop inside the building, McClane does his best to sort the situation out.

About

The smart-mouthed, high-rise thriller which launched Bruce Willis as an action figure and accidentally rekindled Hollywoods enthusiasm for disaster movies (a worthy 80s cousin to The Towering Inferno). Die Hard has proved a reliable video fixture for the home and looks great on DVD; just dying to be racked alongside its two successors.

Verdict

John McClane’s smartmouthed New York cop was a career-defining turn, mixing banter, action heroics and a dirty white vest to stunning effect. Acting up to him every step of the way is Alan Rickman, at his sneering best - but the script and cast are pretty much flawless. The very pinnacle of the ‘80s action movie, and if it’s not the greatest action movie ever made, then it’s damn close.

Modified: Apr 30, 2017 at 18:49:16

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