March 14, 2019

Adding Footnotes to GitHub-flavored Markdown

GitHub Flavored Markdown doesn't support footnotes, but it could be faked with superscript tags. It could be even made clickable here as well.

GitHub Flavored Markdown doesn't support footnotes, but it could be faked with superscript tags <sup>1</sup>. It could be even made clickable here as well.

First define the footnote at the bottom:

<sup>[[1]](#alchemy-docs-1)</sup>

Then reference it at some other place in the document:

<a name="sqlalchemy-docs-1">[1]</a>:New in version 1.3: - AssociationProxy no longer stores any state specific to a particular parent class; the state is now stored in per-class AssociationProxyInstance objects.

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