How Do I Get HTML Rendered As Markdown Via GitHub Pages?
I have a rather nasty, huge HTML document that I converted to markdown.
When I do the usual layout and view the .md file in GitHub via preview tab, it looks fine. However, when I serve it and view it on my actual site, it renders all the HTML tags.
I have tried using different markdown interpreters like redcarpet versus kramdown, to no avail.
How do I get a good markdown rendering of HTML similar to the GitHub behavior?
Link to repo (notice the clean GitHub Flaovred markdown)
This is not a markdown but a html document.
Rename it to
give it a :
--- layout: page title: Test permalink: /test2/ ---
I've made a pull request that works to you repo.
Note: before pasting word html to the web you can clean it.
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