serving markdown directly : any suggestions?
mofosyne at gmail.com
Wed Feb 4 04:20:06 EST 2015
Have you considered compiling the website on your computer first then
uploading it as a static website?
E.g. via Jekyll?
have been tinkering with markdown for a few hours now, so am still a noob.
would like to use it for a documentation project which will be served over
need to know if there's any way to transform markdown content to (x)html on
the fly at the web server level?
a web server with the above capabilities would have the document root
folder holding a bunch of markdown files and a 'css' file.
on visiting that web server's address over 'http', the index.md file would
get transformed into (x)html, pick-up the 'css' and show a beautiful page
to the visitor.
all this, while i would be busy writing plain old markdown.
i am sorry if this has been asked out here before, but i couldn't find any
such queries, perhaps my googling skills are bad. :)
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