Paragraphs and html integration.
Boris Le Ninivin
boris.leninivin at gmail.com
Mon Jun 18 19:31:26 EDT 2012
On 06/18/2012 09:27 PM, Michel Fortin wrote:
> Le 2012-06-18 à 6:26, Boris Le Ninivin a écrit :
>> Now, to step forward to the problem I have :
>> 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".
>> The problem I have had is that these instructions are wrapped between<p> tags. Indeed I've tried to bypass the problem by many ideas, but since EVERYTHING is wrapped between<p> tags (including doctypes and all!), I get non-compliant html documents (my header defines the doctype and html head body tags too; and my footer closes the body and html tags; but these are wrapped into paragraphs...).
>> Since the markdown language is aimed to be "a format for /writing/ for the web." and "not a replacement for HTML, or even close to it.", I think the md language should allow a strong usage of html tags, and even, to have .md files containing 99% of html tags.
> Except @include is not an HTML tag at all.
> You could instead use XML-style processing instructions, such as<?include blah blah ?>. PHP Markdown should handle them fine regardless of where you put them.
As I've answered to that already :
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.
>> 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.
> That's only true for known HTML tags, and only the block-level ones.
Does that mean that <html> and <!doctype > tags will be enclosed between
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> As far as I know, the only requirement is that you need to post using the address you subscribed with.
Well, I'd be glad to help you with that issue, but for now I can assure
you that : I've used my own email address and message got rejected; then
I changed my email to this one (using the ml interface), and my emails
got accepted instantly.
PS: have you got my thank you email (in french) ?
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