Let's take a look at another formatting convention: the header. Headers are frequently used on websites, magazine articles, and notices, to draw attention to a section. As their name implies, they act like titles or subtitles above sections.

There are six types of headers, in decreasing sizes:

This is header one

This is header two

This is header three

This is header four

This is header five
This is header six

To make headers in Markdown, you preface the phrase with a hash mark (#). You place the same number of hash marks as the size of the header you want. For example, for a header one, you'd use one hash mark (# Header One), while for a header three, you'd use three (### Header Three).

For this next lesson, make each header the right size.

All right!

It's up to you to decide when it's appropriate to use which header. In general, headers one and six should be used sparingly.

You can also mix and match inline styles within headers, such as italicizing them. In the box below, make the first line a heading level four, and italicize the name of the book:

And that's all there is to making headers in Markdown.

On to the next lesson!