Markdown can do hyperlinks.
I haven’t added any because hyperlinks don’t offline (i.e. when I’m writing it in an offline editor).
Markdown actually gets translated to HTML.
By the way, the past tense of ‘to read’ is ‘read’, not ‘readed’.
Also, “ability”, not “hability”. I can see you were thinking ‘habilité’.
These are two of those weird exceptions that English is full of.
English is a funny language.
For any English-speakers who are confused about why I’m calling “ability” a ‘weird exception’:
“ability” comes from the Latin “habilitās”, so originally it did have an ‘h’, but it’s one of the rare cases where the ‘h’ was dropped because unlike a lot of ‘h’ words where the ‘h’ sound is a hard ‘h’, the pronunciation (for whatever reason) ended up using an aspirated ‘h’, so the spelling was changed to drop the ‘h’ completely.