How do I resize an image in markdown?

Image displays to markdown content using img tag with HTML or markdown syntax.

The first way, use HTML img tag.

img tag contains width and height to resize an image.

<img src="/repository/assets/employee.png" alt="Employee data" width="50" height="60" title="Employee Data title">

Another way, using wrap markdown image syntax inside div. div styled with style attribute

<div style="width:50px; height:50px">
![Employee data](/repository/assets/employee.png?raw=true "Employee Data title")
</div>

How do I add an image to a readme in GitHub?

Github uses markdown syntax for readme and issues comments.

We can add an image using an HTML image tag as well as markdown image syntax.

The first way, use HTML img tag inside markdown content.

img tag contains width and height to resize an image.

<img src="/repository/assets/employee.png" alt="Employee data" title="Employee Data title">

Another way, using markdown image syntax with alt and title attributes text

![Employee data](/repository/assets/employee.png?raw=true "Employee Data title")

How do I change font size in markdown?

Changing font size in markdown content can be done in two ways.

One way, use font tag in html

 <font size="5"> Markdown text content</font> 

Another way using html and css styles

 <div style="font-size:20px">
 This is markdown text content
 </div>

How do you write italics in markdown?

Add an asterisk(*) or underscore(_) symbols to markdown content before and after it.

There are no spaces before or after these symbols.

For example

*Italics text syntax*
_Italics text example_

Rendered text as Italics text syntax Italics text example

And output generated html

<i>Italics text</i>
<i>Italics text example</i>

Invalid examples: The following contains space before and after asterisk and underscore. It does not generate italics text.

*Italics text syntax *
* Italics text syntax*

_ Italics text example_
_Italics text example _

How do I add a caption to a photo in markdown?

Sometimes, You need the caption to an image in markdown content.

It adds caption attribute to img tag is rendered HTML. One way, use emphasis tag

![](path_to_image)
*image_caption*

You can add the styles using CSS to make the caption centered.

Another way use figure html tag

<figure class="image">
  <img src="url" alt="{alt text">
  <figcaption>Image caption</figcaption>
</figure>

Other way, use raw html inside a markdown content

<p align="center">
  <img alt="alt text" src="imageurl" width="200">
  <br>
    <em>Image caption</em>
</p>