# Setup

To enable two-sided layout as seen on this page, add the following at the beginning of a Markdown file: markdown --- type: two-sides ---

# Details Side

Use the right pane to display additional details. It could be a REST response or a code snippet.Use include-meta in front of some content to place it on the right side of the page. All the following content will go to the right side. At the start of a new section it will be reset. markdown :include-open-api: snippets/open-api/uber.json {method: "get", path: "/v1/estimates/time"} :include-meta: {rightSide: true} :include-json: two-sides/price-estimate.json

# Aligning Data in Columns

Use an include-empty-block to align code snippets or other data block on both sides when there is an extra text on either side. Account Price Description #12BGD3 100 custom table with a long attachment #12BGD3 150 chair #91AGB1 10 lunch Account, Price, Description #12BGD3, 100, custom table with a long attachment #12BGD3, 150, chair #91AGB1, 10, lunch Table and code snippets above are aligned by using an empty block on the right side. # Aligning Data in Columns Use an include-empty-block to align code snippets or other data block on both sides when there is an extra text on either side. :include-empty-block: {rightSide: true} :include-table: layout/table/table.csv :include-meta: {rightSide: true} :include-file: layout/table/table.csv :include-meta: {rightSide: false}

# Single Data Block Shortcut

Account Price Description #12BGD3 100 custom table with a long attachment #12BGD3 150 chair #91AGB1 10 lunch Account, Price, Description #12BGD3, 100, custom table with a long attachment #12BGD3, 150, chair #91AGB1, 10, lunch If need to put a single data block to a right side, you can add rightSide: true as a parameter to include- plugins. # Single Data Block Shortcut :include-table: layout/table/table.csv :include-file: layout/table/table.csv {rightSide: true}