Writing complete pages

Frank Blome frank at projectwizards.net
Thu Oct 7 09:11:33 EDT 2004

Hi Craig (et all),

Am 07.10.2004 um 14:25 schrieb Craig Morgan:

> Just script the addition of a simple header and/or footer to the 
> result of the Markdown transformation to get a simple page ...

I thought about it… but maybe an option in the script might be a good 

Thanks anyway,

> Frank Blome wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> this is my first posting on this list -- so please don't hurt me, if 
>> this topic was discussed already ;-)
>> I just downloaded Markdown last night and played around with it a 
>> little bit. I am absolutely thrilled -- a great tool!
>> So I decided to write the documentation (complete html pages) for a 
>> new piece of software with it. Unfortunately I ran into two smaller 
>> problems:
>> Markdown puts before the "<html>" a "<p>" and after the "</html>" a 
>> "</p>". Also it puts an "</p>" after "<body>".
>> That leads me to the seconds problem: The meta-tag "<meta 
>> http-equiv="Content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />" will 
>> ignored because the "<p>" tag at the top of the page. Therefore all 
>> of my German Umlauts are displayed wrong.
>> Has anybody a solution for that?

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