This blog post is just here to make sure that the blog is working correctly. It’s also a test for all of the markdown elements we’d want in a blog post to make sure that they get themed correctly. There’s nothing to read here, but it’s pretty awesome that Jekyll can turn markdown documents like this into full articles!

Here’s a heading

That was a heading. Really cool, right? Anyway, here’s so more markdown content for ya:

Here’s an unordered list:

Here’s an ordered list:

  1. First element
  2. Second element
  3. Third element

Here’s some code:

int main(string[] args) {
    Gtk.init(ref args);
    
    var window = new Gtk.Window("Title");    
    var label = new Gtk.Label("Hello World!");
    window.add(label);
    window.show_all();
    
    Gtk.main();
    return 0;
}

Here’s some checkboxes:

Here’s a link to the git repo of carbonOS!

Here’s some italics, bold, and strikethrough

Here are some keyboard instructions: Super + E


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