I’ve cobbled together some posts under the heading “CSS for Markdown” recently. You’ll find them here:
- The Basics
- The Beginning
- Write your own
- Fonts and colors
- Block quotes
- Centering Block and Styling Images
- Styling Tables
- Numbered Headings
- Dark mode
- Styles for printing
These texts are now also available as a single long version complete with images and (of course) a CSS file as a compressed folder for download from GitHub.
After decompressing it, you’ll have the folder
CSS-for-Markdown which you can then import into DT and search/read there. You can also, if you like, convert it to PDF. The PDF is also directly available on GitHub.
The accompanying style sheet is heavily commented (for my standards). It expresses my personal preferences. So if there’s anything you dislike, just change the style sheet.
The posts linked to here in the forum will not be updated, but the stuff on GitHub will be. And as it’s all on GitHub, feel free to fork, raise issues if you think something is wrong or missing or a typo, whatever.
Please note that everything I’m saying there is related to MultiMarkdown as used in DEVONthink. It may or may not apply to other Markdown dialects, and the style examples may or may not work in other applications.