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zendesk Cheat Sheet (DRAFT) by

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This is a draft cheat sheet. It is a work in progress and is not finished yet.

Bold and italic

*I will display in italics*
**While I will display in bold**

Unordened lists

* Item 1
<li­>Item 1</­li>
* Item 2
<li­>Item 2</­li>
* Item 3
<li­>Item 3</­li>
Lists must begin and end with a blank line.
Unordered lists can begin with an asterisk followed by a space.

Ordened lists

1. Item 1
<li­>Item 1</­li>
2. Item 2
<li­>Item 2</­li>
3. Item 3
<li­>Item 3</­li>
Lists must begin and end with a blank line.
You create numbered lists using a number and a period followed by a space.

Images and links

Image with alt text
Image without alt text
Link with link text
Link without link text


# Heading 1
## Heading 2
### Heading 3
Heading levels are expressed using the hash character (#) followed by a space.
You must add blank lines above and below each heading.

Block quotes

> This is a quote
Quotes are created using the right arrow character (>) and a space, which you add before each line of the quote.
The quote must begin and end with a blank line

Inline code and code blocks

Inline code

Code block
Code blocks
  are great for display
  large amount of code

 ­    that need to maintain whitespace
  and indenting
A code block must begin and end with a blank line.
Within the code block itself, you use spaces to indent your lines of code.