This is a markdown superset, providing extra syntax.
This contains original markdown + GFM + specific Hyper-Markdown syntax.
Note: This package is built on top of a fork of Christopher Jeffrey's marked (MIT license).
The objective of Hyper-Markdown is “zero HTML for content”.
Markdown, especially with the GFM extension, almost reached this goal, but there are still few common cases where HTML is still necessary.
!![caption](url)create a figure (block) tag containing an image or a media having url as source, it uses the text inside brackets as content for a figcaption tag
:!![caption](url)same, but make the figure float to the left (i.e. give it classes float and float-left)
!!:[caption](url)same, but make the figure float to the right (i.e give it classes float and float-right)
|||column break (close/open "column" custom tags)
+ + +or
++++++++or anything following the horizontal rule syntax) are used as section break: it clears all columns and start over on a fresh one-column section (close/open "section" tags)
- [ ]or
* [ ]or
+ [ ]introduce a todo list item
+ [x]introduce a todo list item done
--as a block markup is used to cite someone, usually inside a blockquote
New methods / modified methods of marked module: