Escaping Markdown for use with the C preprocessor

I would like to combine Markdown and C-preprocessor directives in the same file. The problem is that # has a meaning in both languages. Assuming that the C-preprocessor runs first, how can I espace any # used in e.g. Markdown headings?

Markdown How do I enable mathjax in bitbucket wiki?

I put a private repository on, and this project needs some documentations that involve a lot of math stuff. I want to use Bitbucket Wiki and edit it in Markdown but how should I also enable MathJax to allow me to type in math equations in the markdown file? The official documentation of bitbucket ( does not seem to mention it. And I searched Google but found few useful results. Any idea?

Markdown Not indenting first paragraph

I am writing a report right now and the first paragraph under each section of the report is not indented while the other paragraphs are. I'm not sure if this matters but here are the packages that are being used header-includes: - \usepackage{rotating} - \usepackage{geometry} - \usepackage{caption,setspace} - \usepackage{biblatex} - \usepackage{bibentry}

HTML/Markdown style grammar for ANTLR4

I want to define a HTML/Markdown like grammar for an document that gets transformed to an AST. I'm aware, that ANTLR4 is not the best tool for doing Markdown things but I'm way closer to the HTML direction. At least I think I am. :) Here's my lexer definition: lexer grammar dnpMDLexer; NL : [\r\n] ; HEAD_TAG : '#' ; HEADING_TEXT : ('\\#'|~[#`\r\n])+ ; ITALIC_TAG : '*' ; ITALIC_TEXT : ('\\*'|~[#`*\r\n]).+? ; LISTING_TAG : '`' ; RUNNING_TEXT

Use compact lists when converting from docx to markdown

I'm using pandoc on Windows to convert from a .docx file to a .md file. The flags I'm using are the following: pandoc --wrap none --to markdown_github --output "FMS.docx" When I view the output markdown file, it has newlines separating each list item. The documentation defines this as a loose list such as the one below. - one - two - three I want to use a compact list for the output such as the one below. - one - two - three Is there a flag to make pandoc output a compact list

Open new tab on link markdown

I was currently making my dev' story, here on Stack Overflow. I added some open source projects and I added a link in the description. Problem I tried to make that when you click the link in the bio, the link is opened in a new tab/window. I searched and found three ways to do that: First way: [my link]([newtab] Second way: [my link]({:target="_blank"} Third way: <a href="" target="_blank">m

Markdown Pandoc convert tables to pipe tables

Is it possible to convert all tables to pipe_tables in pandoc? I can convert all tables to grid, but not all tables to pipe. pandoc -t markdown-pipe_tables-simple_tables-multiline_tables Results in all tables in grid. But when i do pandoc -t markdown-grid_tables-simple_tables-multiline_tables it results all none pipe tables in html tables.

Inserting raw HTML into Markdown

I have a need for inserting raw HTML into a Markdown document, to be placed verbatim in the output; specifically I am trying to ensure that some parts of a document are encompassed in a container (e.g. <div>, <aside>, or <section>) without disrupting the formatting of the contents within. However, if I do the obvious approach of: <aside> ## My heading Some text, some text, some more text. </aside> then the Markdown processor generates this invalid HTML: <p

Markdown Selectively enabling VIM plugins with Pathogen + Localvimrc

I'm working on different projects and I want to select what plugins to enable (or disable) for every project. I'm using Pathogen to manage my plugins. Plugins list: .vim \ |-bundle \ |-vim-markdown |-latexsuite |-dirdo |-localvimrc |-nerdtree |-autostart |-doc I've a main .vimrc which by default enables all plugins and a local lvimrc in every project main directory enabled by Localvimrc, in which I add some

How do you escape the trademark or copyright symbol in markdown?

With markdown I want to say something like: The parser consumes a .tm file. But (in my GitHub markdown file) and also using Markdown Pro on my mac, markdown wants to make the tm a superscripted TM trademark symbol. I've tried backslashes in various locations .\tm, .\t\m, .(tm), etc. but I just end up with the slashes in the output text. Does anyone know how this is supposed to work? As I type this I can see that stackoverflow is using markdown and I'm not getting that behavior!

Markdown Is there a LiveCode external for the pandoc converter?

Is there an external (plugin) which wraps the pandoc document converter? I would like to run the content of a LiveCode field through pandoc and get the result back in a LiveCode variable/field. A prominent use of pandoc is to convert markdown to HTML. Maybe there is such a converter implemented in LiveCode? A list of markdown implementations:

How to use Markdown pages and Doxygen groups?

I'm writing a technical manual using Doxygen and Markdown. Markdown for simplicity of generating HTML, and Doxygen because of many years experience of using it for code and knowing how it can produce good cross-documentation with the \ingroup facility. I'm failing to get the latter to work properly with Doxygen's handling of Markdown. What I want to achieve is to write a fully descriptive training document but to be able to mark important sections and have Doxygen pull those out into a sepa

GitLab Markdown: Including markdown in projects homepage

I've recently started using GitLab and really like the support for However, in my opinion, the markdown shows up in the wrong place. I would be nice to see that information up front as an introduction to the project, especially if the markdown is kept up to date with the project’s current status. Is there any way to make markdown show up on the project’s homepage (ie, the Activities tab) instead of the Files tab? (Using GitLab 7.2.2)

How can I modify ATOM editor's markdown syntax?

I would like to modify's markdown syntax specification for some special purpose editing environment (academic texts), but I fail to identify the language file related to Github Markdown among's packages. It looks like every single syntax, except Markdown, has a corresponding language file, including plain text! Maybe I am looking in the wrong repository. It will be a great if you can point me to the right one.

Markdown How to reuse objects in schema of API BluePrint?

I have created an API that delivers a resource named "Thumbnail" (/thumbnails) { "name": "toto", "uri": "http://xxx" } In other hand I have multiple resources that includes that Thumbnail resource in them (like /articles, /videos ...): { "name": "playlist", "thumbnail": { "name": "toto", "uri": "http://xxx" } } When I write the schemas of those webservices in the BluePrint markdown, I would like to be able to reuse the schema that I've created for t

Markdown text overflowing (i.e. not wrapping) in Jekyll blog post

I have a Jekyll site, hosted by GitHub Pages, where, randomly, the text will overflow when rendered from my markdown files. (Does this on my local Jekyll server as well as Pages.) For example, you can clearly see the issue on this page: What is causing this? It appears to be random, and this isn't the only page that has this problem. The source files are at: and

GitHub - Markdown language in text file - Amount of Lines

This is my first post on stackoverflow. I recently joined the data science course on Coursera. As a student on Coursera, I had to mark a few assignments which included a question on markdown. The assignment asked everyone to create a text file, which could be viewed in a repo on GitHub. The file had to be formatted as a secondary heading (##), which had the following content 'This is a markdown file'. On most people's files, the following was displayed '2 lines, 27 bytes'. However on 2 assignm

Can I include another markdown file into current markdown files?

I use gitbook and markdown to write books. I have a markdown file which content will appear on many other markdown files. So if I can automatically include this markdown file into other markdown files, it will be very convenient. But I can not find any solution from google. Can you give me some suggestion about it. Thanks very much.

Markdown How add height and width of the image in .md file

Hi i am trying resize the image in a .md file for the following code ![](./photo-1490474418585-ba9bad8fd0ea.jpg) I have tried the following approaches but didnt work ![](./photo-1490474418585-ba9bad8fd0ea.jpg){width: 200px} ![](./photo-1490474418585-ba9bad8fd0ea.jpg =200x200) I want to resize the image to 200px. Any help would be appreciated.

Markdown editor compatible with multi-level folders or sub-folders?

I'm currently using Boostnote to manage my code snippets & notes for web development. It's a very interesting open source markdown editor for Mac, Windows and Linux app. However, I'm missing one critical feature in my opinion : mutli-level folders, or at least sub-folders. I tried to use Visual Studio Code with this extension instead but isn't as fluid as Boostnote! Does anyone have any other software/tool recommendation?

Embedding one markdown document in another

Is there a way to embed one markdown (or its sub-flavors - I'm using PanDoc) document in another except for using a jQuery().load(url)? I'd like to have a document that has eg.,,, with loading and automatically. will have text in between the two chapters e.g. Some opening text... ... [] Some additional text... ... [] ... something else. So I can't use a cat *.md > approach

Quickly formatting multi-word sections of Markdown text in Sublime Text 3

So I’m using Markdown in Sublime Text 3 to try to quickly transcribe a podcast I quite like, and I’m using a specific notation for “stage direction”-like bits to indicate laughter, or singing, or sighing, or what-have-you. I do this thusly: **\*crosstalk, person laughs\*** Obviously, this makes it appear as “*crosstalk, person laughs*” when the Markdown is rendered as rich text. The problem is that because I do this relatively frequently, I want to create a snippet or something that will cut d

Is it possible to center tables in a markdown file?

I have a table: | This | Is | A | Table | | :--- | -- | - | ----: | | foo | ba | r | elbaT | I'd like the table to display in the center of my Markdown file instead of left-aligned. I am not trying to align text, but the entire table itself. Do I need to resort to HTML/CSS to achieve what I want? This is for an project.

Markdown Highlighting Jekyll Itself

I want to write {{ site.url }} on the code snippet of my Jekyll blog. But unfortunately it shows my in the code snippet. How can I avoid this problem and show {{ site.url }} in the code snippet?

Escaping Rendering Liquid Template in Jekyll Markdown

Is there a way to escape liquid template rendering in Jekyll markdown pages? I have the following fenced code block in a markdown file: ```html <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0"> <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="ie=edge"> <title>Example Title</title> </head> <body> <div id="app"> {% raw %} {{ cont

Does pandoc support creation of markdown tables in its templates?

I am reading the pandoc manual nd if I am understanding this correctly, it supports usage of a template file and a YAML file that contains the variables to use in the templates. It also says that the YAML supports any arbitrary objects (even lists). However, I want to ask if its possible to render markdown tables in the template using the YAML data. The examples only show a simple key and value mapping. Edit: I created a file that contains this --- table: caption: Cities head

Markdown cannot create link inside inline code snippet

Let's say I have the following inline code-snippet: Signature: `createLayer(styles: Styles, preferredStyle: string)` Signature: createLayer(styles: Styles, preferredStyle: string) How to I add a link to the code snippet? I tried the following, but the snippet is no longer inline. Signature: <pre>createLayer(styles: [Styles](MY_LINK_HERE), preferredStyle: string)</pre> Signature: createLayer(styles: Styles, preferredStyle: string)

Markdown How to implement a good search system for a set of html pages generated with Mkdocs?

I'm using Mkdocs for creating articles (sets of static HTML pages). The problem with these docs is that the search system created by Mkdocs is very basic, retrieving articles pretty randomly, based on their mere presence in an article's text, and no coherent phrases matching is possible in any way, no "A B C" strict match searching either. Some examples of how badly the search works presently: When you enter "do not select auto-filling", the search will not bring up the 3 articles which actua

What markdown is this?

What markdown is this? And how do I decode/parse it into HTML? Fraym is a geospatial data company that uses proprietary machine learning algorithms to deliver precise, local-level information about people in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. The company helps fast-growing companies, government agencies, and development organizations succeed in places where data has been traditionally hard to access. Fraym’s granular data adds an entirely new dimension to strategic and operational planning discus

Markdown not displaying correctly in GatsbyJS

I have been trying to generate posts for a blog using markdown content, but except for the pics and the bolded text, the rest of the text isn't displayed correctly. --- slug: "/news/forest/second-transnational-meeting" date: "2020-10-01" title: "FOREST: 2nd Transnational Meeting" tag: "FOREST" --- ## 16th-17th September 2020, questions, answers, and parallels between at Forest Training Center Pichl, Austria The 1st-day agenda dealt with requirem

Can the jupyter lab be used as a markdown editor?

I am writing an article for a web page (with references, images, tables and footnotes). I have to use Markdown. As I am just learning it I thought of the jupyter notebook which allows to write in markdown and then export to HTML and .md and others. Has anyone used the jupyter notebook to write web articles? Or can you give me suggestions?

batch process docx to markdown

Any ideas on how I can get: textutil -convert html file.doc -stdout | pandoc -f html -t markdown -o so that I can execute the command on a folder and all it's subfolders and so that the markdown file is placed in the same folder as the original?

Markdown how does pygments guess lexer?

I'm using middleman-syntax to highlight code in my blog I'm writing my templates in markdown... and was wondering, how does pygments guess lexer? if I write ´´´ruby ruby code here ``` it doesnt work if I write ``` #!ruby ruby here ``` it does If I write ``` <?php php code here ``` It does Is there a list of how pygments guess it?

Markdown Here:Tables do not display correctly upon toggling to markdown

Try as I might, I am unable to get the tables to render correctly in the GMail email editing window. I have used the tables in the cheatsheet, but these have failed to work; I have tried writing separate tables based on the same format, but these have also failed to render as expected. As I have too little reputation, I am unable to post an image showing the issue, but the table I have written and which is displaying incorrectly is Markdown | Less | Pretty --- | --- | --- *still | renders |

doxygen comment in fortran codeblock in doxygen markdown file not printed

I'm writing a markdown file with some code examples. In one example I want to show how to comment the code using doxygen comments: Here is normal text. ~~~.f90 !> Here is a doxygen comment in a fortran code example !! that should be visible in the doxygen output Here comes some more code ~~~ The code is printed nicely, but the comment is not shown in the output. Instead there is just a blank line. When I change the example to use the code block markup indicated by four leading spaces, the

Syntax highlighting in Markdown, but line numbers are selected

I am using Markdown to compose posts for a static blog, generated by Pelican and hosted on Bitbucket. Markdown, processed by Pygments, allows me to turn on automatic line-numbering of my code by placing #!python (or whatever language name I like) at the beginning of a code block. But in the HTML that is output and viewed in a browser, those line numbers can be selected by the user, which makes it hard to copy and paste my code. What do I need to do do make the line numbers unselectable while

Markdown Add data-scroll Attribute to Kramdown Footnote

Is there an easy way to add an attribute of data-scroll to a kramdown footnote. [Battlezone]( [^1] My footnote above, renders like so: <sup id="fnref:1"><a href="#fn:1" class="footnote">1</a></sup> Is it possible to add a that data-scroll attribute to the anchor tag?

Markdown Add class to table rows in Kramdown

In kramdown, it is generally easy to add a class to some bit of text. Here, for example, is a blockquote: > This is a blockquote. {:.example} HTML output: <blockquote class="example">This is a blockquote.</blockquote> While this technique works in many places, it doesn't appear to work with tables. I want to set a class on a table row. I expect the following to do the trick: ... |one|two|three|{:.example} ... In other words, I expect the following partial output: <tr

gitbook (Markdown/AsciiDoc) center text under/below images

Center 1 image and text to the full width. plugin that does the same AsciiDocTOR discussion on the issue: I try to use gitbook to do a ... book. But multiple times I have 4 images on single row/line i.e side by side to each other. With a caption/title/desctription which needs to be centered under each image

Jekyll, minima: Using markdown for the homepage

I am building a static site using Jekyll and the Minima theme. I editing changes the home page, but I see a strange comment on the top of the file: --- # You don't need to edit this file, it's empty on purpose. # Edit theme's home layout instead if you wanna make some changes # See: layout: home --- Adding content below --- works. Obviously I'm not trying to change the theme, just add some content to the home page. Am I miss

Pandoc Markdown: Multiparagraph list with code blocks

The whole documentation on Lists on the Pandoc site seems wrong or at best a huge mess. I mostly sorted out the way to deal with multiple paragraphs in lists, but I am stuck with the following combination: The text paragraph following a code block paragraph falls off the list. That is, a code block paragraph breaks the list (as seen in the latex .tex output file; use option -t tex). If the following Markdown text is in file and I use Pandoc as pandoc -t latex -o test.pdf How s

Markdown Nested numbered lists in Ghost blog

What's the proper syntax for creating nested numbered lists on Ghost. The docs only show the syntax for single numbered lists and the things I've tried didn't work: ``` 1. One 1. NestedOne 2. Two ``` Or: ``` 1. One 1) NestedOne 2. Two ``` Or: ``` 1. One 1. NestedOne 2. Two ``` It can't be this hard now, can it?

Markdown Output bibliography with pandoc-citeproc without citing anything

I am using pandoc and pandoc-citeproc to generate a pdf file from a series of markdown files. My references are in sources.bib, my citation format is in apa.csl, my metadata is in default.yaml, a second piece of metadata (containing title, author, date, and abstract) are in, and I also have and I am currently attempting to produce a document which consists of my title page, abstract, outline, and references. Because my outline does not contain any citations my refer

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