The website takes an HTML snippet and produces a Markdown output matching the formatting like emphasis and code blocks. Small bugs exist around the ordering of elements. So is
<code><em>foobar</em></code> a valid way to encode an italic code snippet, but the resulting Markdown
`_foobar_` produces a code with
https://stevecat.net/table-magic/HTML | Markdown | SQL | Tool
The website can convert between different table formats. It supports CSV, Markdown, SQL, HTML. It is useful when embedding CSV data into Markdown or similar.
https://tableconvert.com/HTML | Markdown | SQL | Tool
The website can convert between different table formats. It supports dozens of formats like Excel, CSV, HTML tables, Markdown, arrays in many languages, or LaTeX.
https://www.tablesgenerator.com/HTML | LaTeX | Markdown | Tool
The website lets you create very customizable tables. It supports splitting and merging cells, customized lines around each cell, and coloring. The website supports LaTeX, HTML, and Markdown output.
https://github.com/endocode/shelldocMarkdown | Shell | Tool
Execute code blocks in Markdown files and test if they produce the expected outcome. This is similar to checking doctests using rustdoc.