pagaltzis at gmx.de
Tue Mar 2 01:32:06 EST 2010
* Alexandre Leray <alexandre at alexandreleray.com> [2010-03-01 22:35]:
> I have a document with quite long titles and I was wondering if
> it was possible to hard-break them:
> This is a veeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrry long title
> would be
> This is a veeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrry
> long title
> Right now it produces two <h1/> tags.
you could always fall back on HTML:
<h1>This is a veeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrry
If you need inline formatting inside the header, then hopefully
your implementation supports the `markdown` pseudo-attribute:
<h1 markdown=1>This is a very, very, very, *very*
* Waylan Limberg <waylan at gmail.com> [2010-03-02 00:05]:
> And that's the problem, lazy authors have been relying on the
> existing behavior for so long that changing it now could break
> thousands of existing documents.
This sort of laziness seems like a design goal of Markdown, not
a bug in its users.
* Tim Visher <tim.visher at gmail.com> [2010-03-02 02:30]:
> If you're desperate for a multi-line header in markdown, you
> have a few options.
> 1. Use Non-semantic markup directly in the document:
> <h1>This is line one of a<br />
> very long header!</h1>
> That's not recommended simply on the grounds of it not being
> semantic and no one likes non-semantic markup. ;)
Non-semantic, says who?
More importantly, the problem was not to display a header across
two lines in the rendered document, it was being able to write
the header across several lines in the source document (and still
have a single tag in the rendered document), so your solutions
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