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Multiple headers with the same content
Wontfix

### [zplug](https://github.com/zplug/zplug)
Severity: Info
Found in README.md by markdownlint

MD024 - Multiple headers with the same content

Tags: headers

Aliases: no-duplicate-header

This rule is triggered if there are multiple headers in the document that have the same text:

# Some text

## Some text

To fix this, ensure that the content of each header is different:

# Some text

## Some more text

Rationale: Some markdown parses generate anchors for headers based on the header name, and having headers with the same content can cause problems with this.

Emphasis used instead of a header
Wontfix

*Please read the [Contributing Guidelines](Contributing.md) before contributing.*
Severity: Info
Found in README.md by markdownlint

MD036 - Emphasis used instead of a header

Tags: headers, emphasis

Aliases: no-emphasis-as-header

This check looks for instances where emphasized (i.e. bold or italic) text is used to separate sections, where a header should be used instead:

**My document**

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet...

_Another section_

Consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod.

To fix this, use markdown headers instead of emphasized text to denote sections:

# My document

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet...

## Another section

Consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod.

Note: this rule looks for paragraphs that consist entirely of emphasized text. It won't fire on emphasis used within regular text.

Multiple headers with the same content
Wontfix

### [dotzsh](https://github.com/dotphiles/dotzsh)
Severity: Info
Found in README.md by markdownlint

MD024 - Multiple headers with the same content

Tags: headers

Aliases: no-duplicate-header

This rule is triggered if there are multiple headers in the document that have the same text:

# Some text

## Some text

To fix this, ensure that the content of each header is different:

# Some text

## Some more text

Rationale: Some markdown parses generate anchors for headers based on the header name, and having headers with the same content can cause problems with this.

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