Collapsible header in Markdown to html

Try: <details> <summary>Your header here! (Click to expand)</summary> Your content here… > markup like blockquote’s should even work on github! more content here… </details> You can try this sort of thing here: <details> <summary>Your header here! (Click to expand)</summary> Your content here…</br> (markup only where supported)</br> more content here…</br> </details> This works for me with … Read more

In Jekyll, is there a concise way to render a Markdown partial?

I was looking for this too, it was a PITA discovering how to do it, not much Google content, the most exact finding was a gist that wouldn’t work here… dead simple solution: ./_plugins/markdown_tag.rb: module Jekyll class MarkdownTag < Liquid::Tag def initialize(tag_name, text, tokens) super @text = text.strip end require “kramdown” def render(context) tmpl = … Read more

Markdown: Reference to section from another file

In MarkDown, reference is possible using hyperlink : # Main section ## [sub-section](./ ## [sub-section](/ ## [sub-section]( Unfortunately the direct embedding of another Markdown file is not possible Alternatives An alternative is the use of an incision from a capture of the other file: # Main section ## sub-section ![ImageTheOtherMarkdown](Screent.png)

Display link url in markdown

In short, it’s not possible without some sort of non-standard extension or macro. There are three kinds of links in Markdown. Standard links in which both the label and URL are defined together: [label]( Reference links, which can be in one of two forms: [label][key] or [key] [key]: Automatic Links, where the label is … Read more

break long lines in markdown code

If you’d like to have line breaks in the code, then, as comments tell, use the line breaks inside either the text part, or inside the url part: you can actually do this [StackOverflow]( And while the result would have the extra whitespace inside the href, it would still work, so no worries. This … Read more

markdown table with long lines

There’s another option. Since the philosophy is that Markdown is supposed to be lightweight, not a markup language, and intended for natural human consumption (in contrast to SGML/HTML-style formats), I believe it’s fine and natural to fall back to ASCII art for special cases. For this particular task, character art is natural. Thus, just indent … Read more