Markdown to HTML

Markdown to HTML conversion refers to the process of converting a plain text file written in Markdown syntax into HTML code. Markdown is a lightweight markup language that uses a simple syntax to format text, such as headings, lists, links, and images. HTML, on the other hand, is a markup language used to create web pages and display content in a web browser. In order to display Markdown text on a web page, it must be converted into HTML. The conversion process involves parsing the Markdown text and translating the Markdown syntax into the equivalent HTML code. This can be done using a standalone tool, a library in a programming language, or an online converter. The resulting HTML code can then be embedded in a web page to display the formatted text.