Line breaks is every confusing in Markdown, our recommendations is that:
Enterkey to insert new paragraphs and avoid insert new lines.
Single line break is parsed differently across different Markdown engines,
CommonMark will just ignore it, in other words, if you write:
line 1 line 2
it will be rendered as
line 1 line 2
But other markdown engines may choose to keep it (like input box for issues in GitHub), or provide options whether to preserve it or not.
In Typora, we provide options whether to preserve it or not in preference panel, and you would choose the behavior when writing from menu bar quickly. By default, Typora will Preserve line breaks in editing view and ignore them when print or export. You could change this option in preference panel.
Sequential whitespace are similar to Single Line Breaks, most Markdown engines will ignore them, for example, in
Four whietspace in between
will be converted to
<p>Four whitespace in between</p>
and you will only see
Four whitespace in between
By default, Typora will Preserve sequential whitespace in editing view and ignore them when print or export. You could change this option in preference panel.
If you do want to insert sequential whitespace that Other markdown engines support, you could
\before every whitespace
Enterkey in Typora
In Markdown, two line break means create a new paragraph, in Typora, when you press
Enter key, a new paragraph is created, and if you switch to source code mode, two line breaks are inserted, for example, source of
paragraph 1 (empty line) paragraph 2
You could explicitly insert a single line break in editing view by pressing
## Markdown Line Break
Markdown provides ways to insert single hard line break:
Almost all Markdown engines will parse them as hard line break in the output.
We provide related settings in
Preference Panel or
Whitespace and Line Breaks from menu bar.