Hi I'm Nathan Leite
AKA
NateTheAverage

A Polymath in training.
You have happened upon my professional portfolio. Here you will find documentation of my life experience, items for sale, as well an index of my professional services.

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First Unmaned flight, still handeled by computer sending cordinates.


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            \n
            ```language-markup\n
            resources/views/shared/helpers/welcome.blade.php\n
            ```\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## The Basics\n
            ---\n
            \n
            Before I tell you about all the extra syntaxes and capabilities you have available to you, I'll introduce you to the basics of standard markdown. If you already know markdown, and want to jump straight to learning about the fancier things I can do, feel free to skip this section. Lets jump right in!\n
            \n
            Markdown is a plain text formatting syntax created by John Gruber, aiming to provide a easy-to-read and feasible markup. The original Markdown syntax specification can be found [here](http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax).\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Typography\n
            ---\n
            \n
            # Heading 1\n
            ## Heading 2\n
            ### Heading 3\n
            #### Heading 4\n
            ##### Heading 5\n
            ###### Heading 6\n
            \n
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            \n
            Same thing with urls: <http://example.com> `<http://example.com>`\n
            \n
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            `[Example Website](http://example.com "Title")` (The title is optional)\n
            \n
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            \n
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            \n
            [arbitrary_id]: http://example.com "Title"\n
            [like this]: http://example.com\n
            \n
            Option name         | Markup           | Result\n
            --------------------|------------------|-------------------------\n
            Intra-word emphasis | `Intra-word em\*pha\*sis`   | Intra-word em<em>pha</em>sis\n
            Strikethrough       | `\~~Strikethrough\~~`   | <del>Strikethrough</del>\n
            Underline  | `\_Underline\_`      | <u>Underline</u>\n
            Quote      | `\"Quote\"`  | <q>Quote</q>\n
            Highlight           | `\==Highlight\==`    | <mark>Highlight</mark>\n
            Superscript         | `Some\^(superscript)`     | Some<sup>superscript</sup>\n
            Italics            | `**Italics**`      | <em>Italics</em>\n
            Bold | `*Bold text*`   | <strong>Bold text</strong>\n
            HTML Entities | ``&copy;`` ``&#402;`` ``&#8482;`` ``&reg;`` | © ƒ ™ ®\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Tables\n
            ---\n
            \n
            ##### **Markup**:\n
            ```language-markup\n
            Key | Value\n
            --- | ---\n
            SSH Host | `example.com`\n
            SSH User | `username`\n
            SSH Password | `secret`\n
            Database Host | `127.0.0.1`\n
            Database User | `username`\n
            Database Password | `secret`\n
            ```\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ##### **Result**:\n
            Key                 | Value\n
            ------------------- | ---\n
            SSH Host            | `example.com`\n
            SSH User            | `username`\n
            SSH Password        | `secret`\n
            Database Host       | `127.0.0.1`\n
            Database User       | `username`\n
            Database Password   | `secret`\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Code Blocks\n
            ---\n
            \n
            `Inline code` is indicated by surrounding it with backticks:\n
            `` `Inline code` ``\n
            \n
            If your ``code has `backticks` `` that need to be displayed, you can use double backticks:\n
            ```` ``Code with `backticks` `` ````  (mind the spaces preceding the final set of backticks)\n
            \n
            GitHub's fenced code blocks are supported in canvas::\n
            \n
            ```php\n
            namespace App;\n
            \n
            class Canvas extends Blog\n
            {\n
            \n
            /**\n
            * Dreaming of a world without WordPress?\n
            *\n
            * @with  Canvas\n
            */\n
            public function create()\n
            {\n
            // Make something awesome...\n
            }\n
            }\n
            ```\n
            \n
            You can also use waves (`~`) instead of back ticks (`` ` ``):\n
            \n
            ~~~php\n
            print('Hello world!')\n
            ~~~\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Lists\n
            ---\n
            \n
            ##### **Markup**:\n
            ```language-markup\n
            * Lists must be preceded by a blank line (or block element)\n
            * Unordered lists start each item with a `*`\n
            - `-` Works too\n
            * Indent a level to make a nested list\n
            1. Ordered lists are supported.\n
            2. Start each item (number-period-space) like `1.`\n
            42. It doesn't matter what number you use, it will render sequentially\n
            ```\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ##### **Result**:\n
            * Lists must be preceded by a blank line (or block element)\n
            * Unordered lists start each item with a `*`\n
            - `-` Works too\n
            * Indent a level to make a nested list\n
            1. Ordered lists are supported.\n
            2. Start each item (number-period-space) like `1`\n
            3. It doesn't matter what number you use, it will render sequentially\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Block Quotes\n
            ---\n
            \n
            ##### **Markup**:\n
            ```language-markup\n
            > Angle brackets `>` are used for block quotes.\n
            Technically not every line needs to start with a `>` as long as\n
            there are no empty lines between paragraphs.\n
            > Looks kinda ugly though.\n
            > > Block quotes can be nested.\n
            > > > Multiple Levels\n
            >\n
            > Most markdown syntaxes work inside block quotes.\n
            ```\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ##### **Result**:\n
            > Angle brackets `>` are used for block quotes.\n
            Technically not every line needs to start with a `>` as long as\n
            there are no empty lines between paragraphs.\n
            > Looks kinda ugly though.\n
            > > Block quotes can be nested.\n
            > > > Multiple Levels\n
            >\n
            > Most markdown syntaxes work inside block quotes.\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Horizontal Rules\n
            ---\n
            \n
            If you type three asterisks `***`, you will get a horizontal rule. Three dashes `---` will make the same rule.\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Task List Syntax\n
            ---\n
            \n
            1. [x] Support for rendering checkbox list syntax\n
            * [x] Support for nesting\n
            * [x] Support for ordered *and* unordered lists\n
            2. [ ] No support for clicking checkboxes directly in the HTML window\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Markdown Extra\n
            ---\n
            \n
            Canvas supports **Markdown Extra**, which extends traditional **Markdown** syntax with some nice features. If you need some help or just want a refresher, read more about [Markdown syntax](https://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax) and [Markdown Extra](https://michelf.ca/projects/php-markdown/extra/).\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Hack On\n
            ---\n
            \n
            That’s about it. The best way to be proficient in anything is to know what tools you have available to you. You're one step ahead of the game now. Happy coding!
            """
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            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>The Basics</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <p>Before I tell you about all the extra syntaxes and capabilities you have available to you, I'll introduce you to the basics of standard markdown. If you already know markdown, and want to jump straight to learning about the fancier things I can do, feel free to skip this section. Lets jump right in!</p>\n
            <p>Markdown is a plain text formatting syntax created by John Gruber, aiming to provide a easy-to-read and feasible markup. The original Markdown syntax specification can be found <a href="http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax">here</a>.</p>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Typography</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <h1>Heading 1</h1>\n
            <h2>Heading 2</h2>\n
            <h3>Heading 3</h3>\n
            <h4>Heading 4</h4>\n
            <h5>Heading 5</h5>\n
            <h6>Heading 6</h6>\n
            <p>Just put angle brackets around an email and it becomes clickable: <a href="mailto:user@example.com">user@example.com</a> <code>&lt;user@example.com&gt;</code></p>\n
            <p>Same thing with urls: <a href="http://example.com">http://example.com</a> <code>&lt;http://example.com&gt;</code></p>\n
            <p>Perhaps you want to some link text like this: <a href="http://example.com" title="Title">Example Website</a>\n
            <code>[Example Website](http://example.com "Title")</code> (The title is optional)</p>\n
            <p>Make <a href="http://example.com" title="Title">a link</a> <code>[a link][arbitrary_id]</code> then on it's own line anywhere else in the file:\n
            <code>[arbitrary_id]: http://example.com "Title"</code></p>\n
            <p>If the link text itself would make a good id, you can link <a href="http://example.com">like this</a> <code>[like this][]</code>, then on it's own line anywhere else in the file:\n
            <code>[like this]: http://example.com</code></p>\n
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            <th>Option name</th>\n
            <th>Markup</th>\n
            <th>Result</th>\n
            </tr>\n
            </thead>\n
            <tbody>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Intra-word emphasis</td>\n
            <td><code>Intra-word em\*pha\*sis</code></td>\n
            <td>Intra-word em<em>pha</em>sis</td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Strikethrough</td>\n
            <td><code>\~~Strikethrough\~~</code></td>\n
            <td><del>Strikethrough</del></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Underline</td>\n
            <td><code>\_Underline\_</code></td>\n
            <td><u>Underline</u></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Quote</td>\n
            <td><code>\"Quote\"</code></td>\n
            <td><q>Quote</q></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Highlight</td>\n
            <td><code>\==Highlight\==</code></td>\n
            <td><mark>Highlight</mark></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Superscript</td>\n
            <td><code>Some\^(superscript)</code></td>\n
            <td>Some<sup>superscript</sup></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Italics</td>\n
            <td><code>**Italics**</code></td>\n
            <td><em>Italics</em></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Bold</td>\n
            <td><code>*Bold text*</code></td>\n
            <td><strong>Bold text</strong></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>HTML Entities</td>\n
            <td><code>&amp;copy;</code> <code>&amp;#402;</code> <code>&amp;#8482;</code> <code>&amp;reg;</code></td>\n
            <td>© ƒ ™ ®</td>\n
            </tr>\n
            </tbody>\n
            </table>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Tables</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <h5><strong>Markup</strong>:</h5>\n
            <pre><code class="language-language-markup">Key | Value\n
            --- | ---\n
            SSH Host | `example.com`\n
            SSH User | `username`\n
            SSH Password | `secret`\n
            Database Host | `127.0.0.1`\n
            Database User | `username`\n
            Database Password | `secret`</code></pre>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h5><strong>Result</strong>:</h5>\n
            <table>\n
            <thead>\n
            <tr>\n
            <th>Key</th>\n
            <th>Value</th>\n
            </tr>\n
            </thead>\n
            <tbody>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>SSH Host</td>\n
            <td><code>example.com</code></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>SSH User</td>\n
            <td><code>username</code></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>SSH Password</td>\n
            <td><code>secret</code></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Database Host</td>\n
            <td><code>127.0.0.1</code></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Database User</td>\n
            <td><code>username</code></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Database Password</td>\n
            <td><code>secret</code></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            </tbody>\n
            </table>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Code Blocks</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <p><code>Inline code</code> is indicated by surrounding it with backticks:\n
            <code>`Inline code`</code></p>\n
            <p>If your <code>code has `backticks`</code> that need to be displayed, you can use double backticks:\n
            <code>``Code with `backticks` ``</code>  (mind the spaces preceding the final set of backticks)</p>\n
            <p>GitHub's fenced code blocks are supported in canvas::</p>\n
            <pre><code class="language-php">namespace App;\n
            \n
            class Canvas extends Blog\n
            {\n
            \n
            /**\n
            * Dreaming of a world without WordPress?\n
            *\n
            * @with  Canvas\n
            */\n
            public function create()\n
            {\n
            // Make something awesome...\n
            }\n
            }</code></pre>\n
            <p>You can also use waves (<code>~</code>) instead of back ticks (<code>`</code>):</p>\n
            <pre><code class="language-php">print('Hello world!')</code></pre>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Lists</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <h5><strong>Markup</strong>:</h5>\n
            <pre><code class="language-language-markup">* Lists must be preceded by a blank line (or block element)\n
            * Unordered lists start each item with a `*`\n
            - `-` Works too\n
            * Indent a level to make a nested list\n
            1. Ordered lists are supported.\n
            2. Start each item (number-period-space) like `1.`\n
            42. It doesn't matter what number you use, it will render sequentially</code></pre>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h5><strong>Result</strong>:</h5>\n
            <ul>\n
            <li>Lists must be preceded by a blank line (or block element)</li>\n
            <li>Unordered lists start each item with a <code>*</code></li>\n
            <li><code>-</code> Works too</li>\n
            <li>Indent a level to make a nested list\n
            <ol>\n
            <li>Ordered lists are supported.</li>\n
            <li>Start each item (number-period-space) like <code>1</code></li>\n
            <li>It doesn't matter what number you use, it will render sequentially</li>\n
            </ol></li>\n
            </ul>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Block Quotes</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <h5><strong>Markup</strong>:</h5>\n
            <pre><code class="language-language-markup">&gt; Angle brackets `&gt;` are used for block quotes.\n
            Technically not every line needs to start with a `&gt;` as long as\n
            there are no empty lines between paragraphs.\n
            &gt; Looks kinda ugly though.\n
            &gt; &gt; Block quotes can be nested.\n
            &gt; &gt; &gt; Multiple Levels\n
            &gt;\n
            &gt; Most markdown syntaxes work inside block quotes.</code></pre>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h5><strong>Result</strong>:</h5>\n
            <blockquote>\n
            <p>Angle brackets <code>&gt;</code> are used for block quotes.\n
            Technically not every line needs to start with a <code>&gt;</code> as long as\n
            there are no empty lines between paragraphs.\n
            Looks kinda ugly though.</p>\n
            <blockquote>\n
            <p>Block quotes can be nested.</p>\n
            <blockquote>\n
            <p>Multiple Levels</p>\n
            </blockquote>\n
            </blockquote>\n
            <p>Most markdown syntaxes work inside block quotes.</p>\n
            </blockquote>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Horizontal Rules</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <p>If you type three asterisks <code>***</code>, you will get a horizontal rule. Three dashes <code>---</code> will make the same rule.</p>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Task List Syntax</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <ol>\n
            <li>[x] Support for rendering checkbox list syntax\n
            <ul>\n
            <li>[x] Support for nesting</li>\n
            <li>[x] Support for ordered <em>and</em> unordered lists</li>\n
            </ul></li>\n
            <li>[ ] No support for clicking checkboxes directly in the HTML window</li>\n
            </ol>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Markdown Extra</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <p>Canvas supports <strong>Markdown Extra</strong>, which extends traditional <strong>Markdown</strong> syntax with some nice features. If you need some help or just want a refresher, read more about <a href="https://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax">Markdown syntax</a> and <a href="https://michelf.ca/projects/php-markdown/extra/">Markdown Extra</a>.</p>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Hack On</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <p>That’s about it. The best way to be proficient in anything is to know what tools you have available to you. You're one step ahead of the game now. Happy coding!</p>
            """
          "page_image" => "/vendor/canvas/assets/images/mocha.jpg"
          "meta_description" => "Let's get you up and running with Canvas!"
          "is_published" => 1
          "layout" => "canvas::frontend.blog.post"
          "created_at" => "2017-05-21 16:53:17"
          "updated_at" => "2017-05-21 16:53:17"
          "published_at" => "2017-05-21 16:53:17"
        ]
        #original: array:14 [
          "id" => 1
          "user_id" => 1
          "slug" => "hello-world"
          "title" => "Hello World"
          "subtitle" => "Canvas is a simple, powerful blog publishing platform that lets you to share your stories with the world. Its beautifully designed interface allows you to create and publish your own blog, giving you tools that make it easy and even fun to do."
          "content_raw" => """
            Welcome to Canvas! I'm your first post demonstrating Markdown integration. Don't delete me, I'm very helpful! If you do delete me though, I can be recovered. Just grab me from:\n
            \n
            ```language-markup\n
            resources/views/shared/helpers/welcome.blade.php\n
            ```\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## The Basics\n
            ---\n
            \n
            Before I tell you about all the extra syntaxes and capabilities you have available to you, I'll introduce you to the basics of standard markdown. If you already know markdown, and want to jump straight to learning about the fancier things I can do, feel free to skip this section. Lets jump right in!\n
            \n
            Markdown is a plain text formatting syntax created by John Gruber, aiming to provide a easy-to-read and feasible markup. The original Markdown syntax specification can be found [here](http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax).\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Typography\n
            ---\n
            \n
            # Heading 1\n
            ## Heading 2\n
            ### Heading 3\n
            #### Heading 4\n
            ##### Heading 5\n
            ###### Heading 6\n
            \n
            Just put angle brackets around an email and it becomes clickable: <user@example.com> `<user@example.com>`\n
            \n
            Same thing with urls: <http://example.com> `<http://example.com>`\n
            \n
            Perhaps you want to some link text like this: [Example Website](http://example.com "Title")\n
            `[Example Website](http://example.com "Title")` (The title is optional)\n
            \n
            Make [a link][arbitrary_id] `[a link][arbitrary_id]` then on it's own line anywhere else in the file:\n
            `[arbitrary_id]: http://example.com "Title"`\n
            \n
            If the link text itself would make a good id, you can link [like this][] `[like this][]`, then on it's own line anywhere else in the file:\n
            `[like this]: http://example.com`\n
            \n
            [arbitrary_id]: http://example.com "Title"\n
            [like this]: http://example.com\n
            \n
            Option name         | Markup           | Result\n
            --------------------|------------------|-------------------------\n
            Intra-word emphasis | `Intra-word em\*pha\*sis`   | Intra-word em<em>pha</em>sis\n
            Strikethrough       | `\~~Strikethrough\~~`   | <del>Strikethrough</del>\n
            Underline  | `\_Underline\_`      | <u>Underline</u>\n
            Quote      | `\"Quote\"`  | <q>Quote</q>\n
            Highlight           | `\==Highlight\==`    | <mark>Highlight</mark>\n
            Superscript         | `Some\^(superscript)`     | Some<sup>superscript</sup>\n
            Italics            | `**Italics**`      | <em>Italics</em>\n
            Bold | `*Bold text*`   | <strong>Bold text</strong>\n
            HTML Entities | ``&copy;`` ``&#402;`` ``&#8482;`` ``&reg;`` | © ƒ ™ ®\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Tables\n
            ---\n
            \n
            ##### **Markup**:\n
            ```language-markup\n
            Key | Value\n
            --- | ---\n
            SSH Host | `example.com`\n
            SSH User | `username`\n
            SSH Password | `secret`\n
            Database Host | `127.0.0.1`\n
            Database User | `username`\n
            Database Password | `secret`\n
            ```\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ##### **Result**:\n
            Key                 | Value\n
            ------------------- | ---\n
            SSH Host            | `example.com`\n
            SSH User            | `username`\n
            SSH Password        | `secret`\n
            Database Host       | `127.0.0.1`\n
            Database User       | `username`\n
            Database Password   | `secret`\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Code Blocks\n
            ---\n
            \n
            `Inline code` is indicated by surrounding it with backticks:\n
            `` `Inline code` ``\n
            \n
            If your ``code has `backticks` `` that need to be displayed, you can use double backticks:\n
            ```` ``Code with `backticks` `` ````  (mind the spaces preceding the final set of backticks)\n
            \n
            GitHub's fenced code blocks are supported in canvas::\n
            \n
            ```php\n
            namespace App;\n
            \n
            class Canvas extends Blog\n
            {\n
            \n
            /**\n
            * Dreaming of a world without WordPress?\n
            *\n
            * @with  Canvas\n
            */\n
            public function create()\n
            {\n
            // Make something awesome...\n
            }\n
            }\n
            ```\n
            \n
            You can also use waves (`~`) instead of back ticks (`` ` ``):\n
            \n
            ~~~php\n
            print('Hello world!')\n
            ~~~\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Lists\n
            ---\n
            \n
            ##### **Markup**:\n
            ```language-markup\n
            * Lists must be preceded by a blank line (or block element)\n
            * Unordered lists start each item with a `*`\n
            - `-` Works too\n
            * Indent a level to make a nested list\n
            1. Ordered lists are supported.\n
            2. Start each item (number-period-space) like `1.`\n
            42. It doesn't matter what number you use, it will render sequentially\n
            ```\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ##### **Result**:\n
            * Lists must be preceded by a blank line (or block element)\n
            * Unordered lists start each item with a `*`\n
            - `-` Works too\n
            * Indent a level to make a nested list\n
            1. Ordered lists are supported.\n
            2. Start each item (number-period-space) like `1`\n
            3. It doesn't matter what number you use, it will render sequentially\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Block Quotes\n
            ---\n
            \n
            ##### **Markup**:\n
            ```language-markup\n
            > Angle brackets `>` are used for block quotes.\n
            Technically not every line needs to start with a `>` as long as\n
            there are no empty lines between paragraphs.\n
            > Looks kinda ugly though.\n
            > > Block quotes can be nested.\n
            > > > Multiple Levels\n
            >\n
            > Most markdown syntaxes work inside block quotes.\n
            ```\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ##### **Result**:\n
            > Angle brackets `>` are used for block quotes.\n
            Technically not every line needs to start with a `>` as long as\n
            there are no empty lines between paragraphs.\n
            > Looks kinda ugly though.\n
            > > Block quotes can be nested.\n
            > > > Multiple Levels\n
            >\n
            > Most markdown syntaxes work inside block quotes.\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Horizontal Rules\n
            ---\n
            \n
            If you type three asterisks `***`, you will get a horizontal rule. Three dashes `---` will make the same rule.\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Task List Syntax\n
            ---\n
            \n
            1. [x] Support for rendering checkbox list syntax\n
            * [x] Support for nesting\n
            * [x] Support for ordered *and* unordered lists\n
            2. [ ] No support for clicking checkboxes directly in the HTML window\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Markdown Extra\n
            ---\n
            \n
            Canvas supports **Markdown Extra**, which extends traditional **Markdown** syntax with some nice features. If you need some help or just want a refresher, read more about [Markdown syntax](https://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax) and [Markdown Extra](https://michelf.ca/projects/php-markdown/extra/).\n
            \n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            \n
            ## Hack On\n
            ---\n
            \n
            That’s about it. The best way to be proficient in anything is to know what tools you have available to you. You're one step ahead of the game now. Happy coding!
            """
          "content_html" => """
            <p>Welcome to Canvas! I'm your first post demonstrating Markdown integration. Don't delete me, I'm very helpful! If you do delete me though, I can be recovered. Just grab me from:</p>\n
            <pre><code class="language-language-markup">resources/views/shared/helpers/welcome.blade.php</code></pre>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>The Basics</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <p>Before I tell you about all the extra syntaxes and capabilities you have available to you, I'll introduce you to the basics of standard markdown. If you already know markdown, and want to jump straight to learning about the fancier things I can do, feel free to skip this section. Lets jump right in!</p>\n
            <p>Markdown is a plain text formatting syntax created by John Gruber, aiming to provide a easy-to-read and feasible markup. The original Markdown syntax specification can be found <a href="http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax">here</a>.</p>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Typography</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <h1>Heading 1</h1>\n
            <h2>Heading 2</h2>\n
            <h3>Heading 3</h3>\n
            <h4>Heading 4</h4>\n
            <h5>Heading 5</h5>\n
            <h6>Heading 6</h6>\n
            <p>Just put angle brackets around an email and it becomes clickable: <a href="mailto:user@example.com">user@example.com</a> <code>&lt;user@example.com&gt;</code></p>\n
            <p>Same thing with urls: <a href="http://example.com">http://example.com</a> <code>&lt;http://example.com&gt;</code></p>\n
            <p>Perhaps you want to some link text like this: <a href="http://example.com" title="Title">Example Website</a>\n
            <code>[Example Website](http://example.com "Title")</code> (The title is optional)</p>\n
            <p>Make <a href="http://example.com" title="Title">a link</a> <code>[a link][arbitrary_id]</code> then on it's own line anywhere else in the file:\n
            <code>[arbitrary_id]: http://example.com "Title"</code></p>\n
            <p>If the link text itself would make a good id, you can link <a href="http://example.com">like this</a> <code>[like this][]</code>, then on it's own line anywhere else in the file:\n
            <code>[like this]: http://example.com</code></p>\n
            <table>\n
            <thead>\n
            <tr>\n
            <th>Option name</th>\n
            <th>Markup</th>\n
            <th>Result</th>\n
            </tr>\n
            </thead>\n
            <tbody>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Intra-word emphasis</td>\n
            <td><code>Intra-word em\*pha\*sis</code></td>\n
            <td>Intra-word em<em>pha</em>sis</td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Strikethrough</td>\n
            <td><code>\~~Strikethrough\~~</code></td>\n
            <td><del>Strikethrough</del></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Underline</td>\n
            <td><code>\_Underline\_</code></td>\n
            <td><u>Underline</u></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Quote</td>\n
            <td><code>\"Quote\"</code></td>\n
            <td><q>Quote</q></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Highlight</td>\n
            <td><code>\==Highlight\==</code></td>\n
            <td><mark>Highlight</mark></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Superscript</td>\n
            <td><code>Some\^(superscript)</code></td>\n
            <td>Some<sup>superscript</sup></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Italics</td>\n
            <td><code>**Italics**</code></td>\n
            <td><em>Italics</em></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Bold</td>\n
            <td><code>*Bold text*</code></td>\n
            <td><strong>Bold text</strong></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>HTML Entities</td>\n
            <td><code>&amp;copy;</code> <code>&amp;#402;</code> <code>&amp;#8482;</code> <code>&amp;reg;</code></td>\n
            <td>© ƒ ™ ®</td>\n
            </tr>\n
            </tbody>\n
            </table>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Tables</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <h5><strong>Markup</strong>:</h5>\n
            <pre><code class="language-language-markup">Key | Value\n
            --- | ---\n
            SSH Host | `example.com`\n
            SSH User | `username`\n
            SSH Password | `secret`\n
            Database Host | `127.0.0.1`\n
            Database User | `username`\n
            Database Password | `secret`</code></pre>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h5><strong>Result</strong>:</h5>\n
            <table>\n
            <thead>\n
            <tr>\n
            <th>Key</th>\n
            <th>Value</th>\n
            </tr>\n
            </thead>\n
            <tbody>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>SSH Host</td>\n
            <td><code>example.com</code></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>SSH User</td>\n
            <td><code>username</code></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>SSH Password</td>\n
            <td><code>secret</code></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Database Host</td>\n
            <td><code>127.0.0.1</code></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Database User</td>\n
            <td><code>username</code></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            <tr>\n
            <td>Database Password</td>\n
            <td><code>secret</code></td>\n
            </tr>\n
            </tbody>\n
            </table>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Code Blocks</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <p><code>Inline code</code> is indicated by surrounding it with backticks:\n
            <code>`Inline code`</code></p>\n
            <p>If your <code>code has `backticks`</code> that need to be displayed, you can use double backticks:\n
            <code>``Code with `backticks` ``</code>  (mind the spaces preceding the final set of backticks)</p>\n
            <p>GitHub's fenced code blocks are supported in canvas::</p>\n
            <pre><code class="language-php">namespace App;\n
            \n
            class Canvas extends Blog\n
            {\n
            \n
            /**\n
            * Dreaming of a world without WordPress?\n
            *\n
            * @with  Canvas\n
            */\n
            public function create()\n
            {\n
            // Make something awesome...\n
            }\n
            }</code></pre>\n
            <p>You can also use waves (<code>~</code>) instead of back ticks (<code>`</code>):</p>\n
            <pre><code class="language-php">print('Hello world!')</code></pre>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Lists</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <h5><strong>Markup</strong>:</h5>\n
            <pre><code class="language-language-markup">* Lists must be preceded by a blank line (or block element)\n
            * Unordered lists start each item with a `*`\n
            - `-` Works too\n
            * Indent a level to make a nested list\n
            1. Ordered lists are supported.\n
            2. Start each item (number-period-space) like `1.`\n
            42. It doesn't matter what number you use, it will render sequentially</code></pre>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h5><strong>Result</strong>:</h5>\n
            <ul>\n
            <li>Lists must be preceded by a blank line (or block element)</li>\n
            <li>Unordered lists start each item with a <code>*</code></li>\n
            <li><code>-</code> Works too</li>\n
            <li>Indent a level to make a nested list\n
            <ol>\n
            <li>Ordered lists are supported.</li>\n
            <li>Start each item (number-period-space) like <code>1</code></li>\n
            <li>It doesn't matter what number you use, it will render sequentially</li>\n
            </ol></li>\n
            </ul>\n
            <div class="section-divider"></div>\n
            <h2>Block Quotes</h2>\n
            <hr />\n
            <h5><strong>Markup</strong>:</h5>\n
            <pre><code class="language-language-markup">&gt; Angle brackets `&gt;` are used for block quotes.\n
            Technically not every line needs to start with a `&gt;` as long as\n
            there are no empty lines between paragraphs.\n
            &gt; Looks kinda ugly though.\n
            &gt; &gt; Block quotes can be nested.\n
            &gt; &gt; &gt; Multiple Levels\n
            &gt;\n
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            <hr />\n
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             Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce \r\n
            A self-proclaimed lover of Dr. Seuss.\r\n
            A fantastical man who wears many hats,\r\n
            From stilting to dancing, who can resist that?\r\n
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            Of course, I speak of the artist called Nate\r\n
            NateTheAverage, that is, he’s here to create!\r\n
            If you dream it, he does it, no matter the task,\r\n
            If you need a stilter or costume, just ask!\r\n
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            He dances, he costumes, with a smile on his face\r\n
            He’s never done running an artist’s race.\r\n
            Since the 90’s he’s had an urge to perform,\r\n
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            He began as a dancer, breakdancing his way\r\n
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            He began to make friends, like Beatport founder, Brad,\r\n
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            He’d learned not only to stilt, but to create stilting dress.\r\n
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            Why not make some outrageous characters instead?\r\n
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            This creature turned many heads and caught many eyes,\r\n
            Soon enough he was offered a lovely surprise.\r\n
            A role at Global Dance Festival, in 2006\r\n
            ![2007.jpg](/storage/nateProfilePics/2007.jpg)\r\n
            A show that began small, but now’s a global hit.\r\n
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            He continued to stilt, and of course he still danced,\r\n
            But two years later, he got his big chance.\r\n
            Insomniac Events had heard, but wanted to see\r\n
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            He found his way to the desert, to work at Burning Man\r\n
            And made a career of making costumes by hand.\r\n
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            A whimsical rabbit, Beyond Wonderland couldn’t be without. \r\n
            Following Rabbit came costumes galore:\r\n
            From robots, aliens, dogs, sock monkeys and more!\r\n
            ![Alien2008.jpg](/storage/site-assets/Alien2008.jpg)![SockMonkey.jpg](/storage/site-assets/SockMonkey.jpg)![Rabbit2010.jpg](/storage/site-assets/Rabbit2010.jpg)\r\n
            An explosion of new creations had now made him renown,\r\n
            And then he made Mirror Man to try out on the town.\r\n
            After weeks of glass cutting, glass gluing, and stress\r\n
            It was time to take to the street and perform at his best.\r\n
            \n
            The people of Pearl Street took pictures and cheered,\r\n
            “This costume is the best thing we’ve seen in 10 years!”\r\n
            He returned to EDC with his newest creation\r\n
            Among the headliners and audience he was an instant sensation.\r\n
            ![mmACT.jpg](/storage/nateProfilePics/mmACT.jpg)\r\n
            Indeed, it’s hard to imagine that reaction could be topped,\r\n
            But in 2013 he still hadn’t stopped.\r\n
            Mirror Man had a residency at The Box and The Act,\r\n
            But he still felt his career had something it lacked.\r\n
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            Why only perform when you can design and direct?\r\n
            Nate was ready to take on his biggest role yet.\r\n
            He now acts as co-ringleader for DBA Esque,\r\n
            Wrangling all kinds of characters from sweet to grotesque.\r\n
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            Catering to audiences of Hollywood stars\r\n
            DBA created a buzz from near to afar.\r\n
            His accomplishments are far too many to list,\r\n
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            "If there’s a job to be done, however big or small\r\n
            Nate is your best choice, far greater than all."
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            A self-proclaimed lover of Dr. Seuss.\n
            A fantastical man who wears many hats,\n
            From stilting to dancing, who can resist that?</p>\n
            <p>Of course, I speak of the artist called Nate\n
            NateTheAverage, that is, he’s here to create!\n
            If you dream it, he does it, no matter the task,\n
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            <p>He dances, he costumes, with a smile on his face\n
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            He found his way to the desert, to work at Burning Man\n
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            <p>In 2010, Insomniac let another character come about\n
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            <p>The people of Pearl Street took pictures and cheered,\n
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            He returned to EDC with his newest creation\n
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            <img src="/storage/nateProfilePics/mmACT.jpg" alt="mmACT.jpg" />\n
            Indeed, it’s hard to imagine that reaction could be topped,\n
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            Mirror Man had a residency at The Box and The Act,\n
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            <p>Why only perform when you can design and direct?\n
            Nate was ready to take on his biggest role yet.\n
            He now acts as co-ringleader for DBA Esque,\n
            Wrangling all kinds of characters from sweet to grotesque.</p>\n
            <p>Catering to audiences of Hollywood stars\n
            DBA created a buzz from near to afar.\n
            His accomplishments are far too many to list,\n
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            A fantastical man who wears many hats,\r\n
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            Soon enough he was offered a lovely surprise.\r\n
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            He returned to EDC with his newest creation\r\n
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            Wrangling all kinds of characters from sweet to grotesque.\r\n
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            Catering to audiences of Hollywood stars\r\n
            DBA created a buzz from near to afar.\r\n
            His accomplishments are far too many to list,\r\n
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            A self-proclaimed lover of Dr. Seuss.\n
            A fantastical man who wears many hats,\n
            From stilting to dancing, who can resist that?</p>\n
            <p>Of course, I speak of the artist called Nate\n
            NateTheAverage, that is, he’s here to create!\n
            If you dream it, he does it, no matter the task,\n
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