Using Markdown in Vim

Vim does a pretty good job of giving you a stylized preview of your Markdown. Especially when you consider the inherent limitations of an editor that must be able to run within the terminal. For example: Note that italics are handled differently in terminal Vim, because most terminals can’t display italics. If you prefer a more streamlined look, where your text isn’t cluttered by formatting characters for your bold and italic text you can “conceal them. [Read More]