markdown


python - Using sphinx with Markdown instead of RST

The "proper" way to do that would be to write a docutils parser for markdown. (Plus a Sphinx option to choose the parser.) The beauty of this would be instant support for all docutils output formats... Read More


Markdown to create pages and table of contents?

You can give this a try. # Table of Contents 1. [Example](#example) 2. [Example2](#example2) 3. [Third Example](#third-example) 4. [Fourth Example](#fourth-examplehttpwwwfourthexamplecom) ## Examp... Read More


ckeditor - Integrated Markdown WYSIWYG text editor

SimpleMDE, a newcomer, may be the answer. I've been searching for something just like this for a month now. I'm surprised that this does not show up higher in search results. I had to go through a no... Read More


Markdown tag for document title

If you are referring to pandoc markdown specifically the simplest approach is to use '%', e.g. % Document Title # Header 1 content ## Header 2 ## Header 2 see http://pandoc.org/README.html#metada... Read More


How to add new line in Markdown presentation?

See the original markdown specification (bold mine): The implication of the “one or more consecutive lines of text” rule is that Markdown supports “hard-wrapped” text paragraphs. This differs signif... Read More


markdown - Working with README.md on github.com

The markup in question is coincidentally called Markdown , created by John Gruber, author of the Daring Fireball blog. The original source of Markdown can be found at Daring Fireball - Markdown. The... Read More


WYSIWYG editor that outputs to markdown

Try http://hallojs.org/demo/markdown/... Read More


Git gist - Markdown does not work

Github uses file extension to recognize file type. In order to use Markdown in your gist it should have appropriate .markdown (or .md) extension. See this.... Read More


Markdown to insert and display an image on GitHub repo

You may be missing the full path/location to the image you want to include in your Markdown file. The example given is a relative path, where the image rests on the same server as the file. In the he... Read More


How can I embed a YouTube video on GitHub wiki pages?

It's not possible to embed videos directly, but you can put an image which links to a YouTube video: [![IMAGE ALT TEXT HERE](https://img.youtube.com/vi/YOUTUBE_VIDEO_ID_HERE/0.jpg)](https://www.youtu... Read More