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    remark-jargon

    A Remark plugin for jargon terms

    About

    This Remark plugin allows you to use jargon in your markdown/mdx content and use a centrally managed file of jargon terms and their definitions.

    An example of this plugin being used on freesewing.org

    Install

    To install this plugin, run:

    npm install --save remark-jargon
    

    Getting started

    Tip: See https://github.com/joostdecock/remark-jargon-example for a minimal repository that uses this plugin

    Create your jargon file

    This plugin requires a jargon file with terms defenitions. For example:

    module.exports = {
      remark: "<b>remark</b> is a markdown processor powered by plugins. See <a href='https://remark.js.org/'>remark.js.org</a>.",
      freesewing: "<b>FreeSewing</b> is an open source platform for made-to-measure sewing patterns. See <a href='https://freesewing.org/'>freesewing.org</a>"
    }

    Import the plugin

    Now import the plugin, and pass it your jargon:

    var remark = require('remark')
    var html = require('remark-html')
    var plugin = require('remark-jargon')
    var jargon = require('./jargon.js')
    
    remark()
      .use(html)
      .use(plugin, { jargon: jargon })
      .process('This is a plugin for _remark_ originally written for _freesewing_.', function (err, file) {
        console.log(String(file))
      })

    Note

    This plugin will only add markup to your jargon if you emphasize it.

    Style your jargon

    You will need to add CSS to style your jargon properly, and hide the definition by default. Below is an example to get you started:

    // Add a dashed line under jargon terms
    .jargon-term {
      text-decoration: underline dotted #228be6
    }
    // Add a question mark behind/above jargon terms
    .jargon-term::after {
      content: "?";
      font-weight: bold;
      display: inline-block;
      transform: translate(0, -0.5em);
      font-size: 75%;
      color: #228be6;
      margin-left: 3px;
    }
    // Hover behavior for the therm itself
    .jargon-term:hover {
      position: relative;
      text-decoration: none;
      cursor: help;
    }
    // Hide info by default
    .jargon-term .jargon-info {
      display: none
    }
    // Show info on hover
    .jargon-term:hover .jargon-info {
      display: block;
      position: absolute;
      top: 1.5em;
      left: 0;
      background: #F8F8F8;
      border: 1px solid #DCDCDC;
      padding: 1rem;
      border-radius: 4px;
      font-size: 90%;
      min-width: 250px;
      max-width: 450px;
      z-index: 1;
    }

    Tips for using jargon

    Lowercase your terms in the jargon file

    When looking for terms to match, we lowercase the term your emphazised. So in the jargon file, you should use msf, but in your text, you can use MSF, Msf, or msf.

    If you use HTML, only use inline elements

    Your jargon term definition can contain HTML, but only inline elements. Typically, you will want to stick to:

    • Making things bold
    • Inserting links

    Getting help

    This plugin is written by/for FreeSewing. For help or feedback, please stop by the FreeSewing chat room or create an issue.

    Use with Gatsby

    Please see gatsby-remark-jargon for info and instructions on how to use this plugin with Gatsby.

    What am I looking at? 🤔

    This repository is our monorepo holding all our NPM packages.

    This folder holds: remark-jargon

    About FreeSewing 💀

    Where the world of makers and developers collide, that's where you'll find FreeSewing.

    If you're a maker, checkout freesewing.org where you can generate our sewing patterns adapted to your measurements.

    If you're a developer, our documentation is on freesewing.dev. Our core library is a batteries-included toolbox for parametric design of sewing patterns. But we also provide a range of plugins that further extend the functionality of the platform.

    If you have NodeJS installed, you can try it right now by running:

    npx create-freesewing-pattern

    Or, consult our getting started guides for Linux, MacOS, or Windows.

    We also have a pattern design tutorial that walks you through your first parametric design, and a friendly community with people who can help you when you get stuck.

    Support FreeSewing: Become a patron 🥰

    FreeSewing is an open source project run by a community, and financially supported by our patrons.

    If you feel what we do is worthwhile, and you can spend a few coind without hardship, then you should join us and become a patron.

    Links 👩‍💻

    License: MIT 🤓

    © Joost De Cock.
    See the license file for details.

    Where to get help 🤯

    Our chatrooms on Discord are the best place to ask questions, share your feedback, or just hang out.

    If you want to report a problem, please create an issue.

    Contributors

    Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):


    Adam Tomkins

    📖

    Alexandre Ignjatovic

    💻

    AlfaLyr

    💻 🔌 🎨

    Andrew James

    📖

    Anneke

    📖 🌍

    Annie Kao

    📖

    Anternative

    📖

    Anthony

    💬

    Cameron Dubas

    📖

    Carsten Biebricher

    📖

    Cathy Zoller

    📖

    Chantal Lapointe

    🌍

    Damien PIQUET

    💻

    Darigov Research

    📖 🤔

    Elena FdR

    📖 📝

    Emmanuel Nyachoke

    💻 📖

    EvEkSwed

    🌍

    Fantastik-Maman

    🌍

    Forrest O.

    📖

    Frédéric

    🌍

    Glenn Matthews

    📖

    Ikko Ashimine

    📖

    Irapeke

    🌍

    Jacek Sawoszczuk

    📖

    Jason Williams

    📖

    Jeremy Jackson

    💻

    Joebidido

    🌍

    Joost De Cock

    🚧

    Josh Essman

    📖

    Kake

    📖

    Kapunahele Wong

    📖

    Karen

    📖 📋

    Katie McGinley

    📖

    Kieran Klaassen

    💻

    Kittycatou

    🌍

    Kris

    📖

    Kristin Ruben

    💻

    Loudepeuter

    🌍

    Lucian

    📋

    Marcus

    🌍

    Martin Tribo

    📖

    Nadege Michel

    ⚠️ 📖

    Natalia

    💻 🎨 📝

    Nathan Yergler

    📖

    Nick Dower

    📖 💻 🐛

    Patrick Forringer

    🔌

    Paul

    📖 📝 🌍

    Phillip Thelen

    💻

    Pixieish

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    Prof. dr. Sorcha Ní Dhubhghaill

    📖

    Quentin FELIX

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    Rik Hekker

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    Sam Livingston-Gray

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    Sanne

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    Sara Latorre

    🌍

    SeaZeeZee

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    Slylele

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    Soazillon

    🌍

    Stefan Sydow

    🌍 📖 💻

    Tríona

    📖

    Unmutual

    📖

    Wouter van Wageningen

    💻 🎨 🔧

    amysews

    📖

    beautifulsummermoon

    🌍

    berce

    📖

    biou

    💻

    bobgeorgethe3rd

    💻 📖 🎨

    brmlyklr

    📖

    chri5b

    💻 ⚠️

    dingcycle

    🌍

    drowned-in-books

    💬

    econo202

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    ericamattos

    🌍

    fightingrabbit

    💻

    gaylyndie

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    mesil

    🐛

    starfetch

    💻 📖 🌍 🎨

    ttimearl

    🖋

    tuesgloomsday

    📖

    valadaptive

    💻

    viocky

    🌍

    woolishboy

    💻

    yc

    🌍

    This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

    Install

    npm i remark-jargon

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    560

    Version

    2.20.7

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    103 kB

    Total Files

    7

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    Collaborators

    • joostdecock