I want you to install Pandoc on your Linux machine:
sudo apt-get install pandoc
Then create a markdown file using StackEdit or some similar tool. Call it pandoc.md. Put the following content in it:
Pandoc ====== The pandoc application runs on both Linux and Windows. You can find a link to John Macfarlane's pandoc site here: - [John Macfarane Pandoc](
) - [Getting Started]( ) - [Try it Online]( ) - [Users Guide]( ) - [Examples]( ) You can use this command to convert a **markdown** file to HTML5: pandoc -t html5 -o Pandoc.html Pandoc.md Here is an explanation of the code shown above: - The -t defines the type of file you want to create, which in this case is HTML5 - The -o designates for the name of the output file you want to create, which in this case is **Pandoc.html** - Finally, you just pass in the name of the file you want to process, which in this case is **Pandoc.md**.
Save your file as Pandoc.md. Convert it to HTML5. Submit both your original markdown with the fixed up links, and the HTML5 that you created.