Links in Code Blocks
tom at maynard.com
Wed Mar 26 20:48:20 EDT 2014
On 26-Mar-14 12:41, Jak Wings wrote:
> you'd better use raw HTML code instead of mixing them up.
> <pre class="lang-markdown">
> This code block contains an embedded <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperlink">hyperlink</a>.
On 26-Mar-14 13:22, Alan Hogan wrote:
> This will never be a feature, as half the point of a code block, in Markdown, is to opt out of Markdown syntax recognition.
> I would agree, this is a job for HTML
On 26-Mar-14 16:57, Waylan Limberg wrote:
> one of those things that you would need to do with raw HTML
Jak, Alan, /and/ Waylan: Thanks for the replies. It doesn't disappoint
me, I knew before I asked that I wanted something that didn't make sense
even to me ... but "ya never know," right? In fact, I hadn't even
thought of simply dropping back to POH (Plain Old HTML), so I am glad
that (A) I did actually ask, and (B) you all came back with the same
solution. Sometimes the tip of your nose is the hardest thing to see of all.
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