I was wondering, if there is a page, repository or similar with a complete (and I mean complete) list of all Markdown features GitHub offers, being it direct markdown features (formatting) or GitHub-only features (links to commits/SHA refernces)
The only pages I found are https://guides.github.com/features/mastering-markdown/ and https://github.com/adam-p/markdown-here/wiki/Markdown-Cheatsheet
The first one only lists the basic features GitHub provides and the second one does this too with some small alterations and additions.
There are quite a few features that are missing from the page and are never mentioned anywhere.
For example did I randomly discover that you can put a hex color code in inline code to then display a small icon next to it.
Additionally does the markdown page display outdated(?) formatting? Like f.e. does an ordered list with an intend unordered list (no longer) work with just two spaces and requires three/four spaces.
Tl;dr The cheatsheet misses a lot of useful information that people might wanna use when opening issues or creating wiki pages, which is sad.
So I hope there is an actual page containing all (known) markdown and GH-markdown features to use.