serving markdown directly : any suggestions?

mofo syne mofosyne at
Wed Feb 4 04:20:06 EST 2015

Have you considered compiling the website on your computer first then
uploading it as a static website?

E.g. via  Jekyll?

have been tinkering with markdown for a few hours now, so am still a noob.

would like to use it for a documentation project which will be served over
the web.

need to know if there's any way to transform markdown content to (x)html on
the fly at the web server level?

use case:
a web server with the above capabilities would have the document root
folder holding a bunch of markdown files and a 'css' file.
on visiting that web server's address over 'http', the file would
get transformed into (x)html, pick-up the 'css' and show a beautiful page
to the visitor.
all this, while i would be busy writing plain old markdown.

i am sorry if this has been asked out here before, but i couldn't find any
such queries, perhaps my googling skills are bad.  :)



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