A thin wrapper around pandoc to help you convert markdown into web pages.
$> npm install markitdown -g
Convert markdown to html courtesy of pandoc. Files will be written with the same name and a .html exension Usage: markitdown inputFile.md Options: --output-path Output path. --head file to be included in <head> --header file to be included just after opening <body> --footer file to be included just before end of </body> --title prepend <title> tags with this value --docTemplate file to be used instead of default pandoc template --version output version and exit
As basic as it gets. Convert a single file to html. This will output
$> markitdown readme.md
Convert the markdown files in the
./docs directory to html and put the output in the
$> markitdown ./docs --output-path ./docsweb
Convert a single file to html, but insert html content into the top of the page. Useful for common navigation, headers, logos, etc.
$> markitdown readme.md --header ./header.html
Wouldn't that be nice! Will add some to the gh-pages branch in the future.