Paragraphs and html integration.
Boris Le Ninivin
boris.leninivin at gmail.com
Mon Jun 18 13:12:22 EDT 2012
On 06/18/2012 05:53 PM, Waylan Limberg wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 6:26 AM, Boris Le Ninivin
> <boris.leninivin at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello everyone.
>> In a website, parts of the pages (essentially headers and footers) are often
>> the same. Hence I've added a functionality to my toolkit : inclusion. It is
>> performed when the parser finds "@include filename".
>> In the end, on the df website, it is said that "Markdown is smart enough not
>> to add extra (unwanted)<p> tags around HTML block-level tags.". So I don't
>> know if it's an implementation problem (related to the PHP port, maybe?), or
>> if it's a design problem, but as far as I know, Markdown is not smart enough
>> to not add unwanted<p> tags.
> First, I should point out that while "Markdown is smart enough not to
> add extra (unwanted)<p> tags around HTML block-level tags" that only
> applies to *known* (and valid) HTML block level tags. "@include
> filename" is *not* a known HTML block-level tag - its not even HTML at
Right. That's why, in the first version, the replacement mechanisms were
applied *BEFORE* any markdown processing. Yet, it put </p> around <html>
even in that case... So you've got my point.
> I'm not sure how you implemented your inclusion stuff, but here's a
> few suggestions:
> If you are swapping your inclusion tag after markdown is run, then you
> need to match your inclusion tag wrapped inside a paragraph. Match
> this: `<p>@include filename</p>`.
Some newlines might be added as well, but that's an idea. It would avoid
having <p> tags wrapping the <html> ones, at least.
> If you are swapping your inclusion tag before markdown is run, then we
> need to see what was swapped in to be of any help.
> If you have modified markdown (or used PHP Markdown's undocumented
> extension support), make sure your addition is running before raw HTML
> is handled by the parser.
I use the markdown php version from github.
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