# This is a Markdown document
This page is the same example as [example #2](example2.html), but with a customized icon to be displayed on the web-browser ("favicon").
If you like, you can load the script ``strapdown.min.js`` with this option ``keepicon=y`` if you prefer StrapDown.js to keep the [favicon](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Favicon) included in your HTML document (*new!*).
See [example #5](example5.html) for other options.
You can now write your web page in Markdown.
You opened a `textarea` tag, but a `xmp` tag works as well.
And, yes, it is **as simple** as **one** HTML line at the beginning and **one** HTML line at the end of this document.
## What to say more
Feel free to use it, redistribute it etc, *under the condition of the GPLv3 License*.
## Only for textual, simple documents
StrapDown.js is *awesome* to quickly build nice-looking web pages,
but it might not be efficient for anything more complicated, as it is really not designed for it.
## Add a picture ?
With Markdown syntax, it's easy : ![GA|Analytics](https://ga-beacon.appspot.com/UA-38514290-14/example2.html "Thanks to ga-beacon").
### An other one ?
Alright, here comes the mighty Cthulhu ![Logo Squirt](../squirt/images/logo.png "Logo Cthulhu")
### A last one, because it's dangerous to go alone :
![Logo Take this from dotcore](../squirt/images/takethis.jpg "Logo «Take this» from dotcore")
## Add anything you want, it *might* work
For instance, you can add Google Analytics to monitor the page's activity,
## That's it
This was a brief overview, to show the basic use of [StrapDown.js](index.html).