The individual webpages generated for a published extension lacks some markdown to html conversions. The ones I spotted so far:
- single line breaks merged
* bullet point one
* bullet point two
* bullet point three
Paragraph* bullet point one* bullet point two* bullet point three
- multiple spaces converted to code block
The GNU General Public License is a free, copyleft license for
software and other kinds of works.
The GNU General Public License is a free, copyleft license for software and other kinds of works.
for lists use the hyphen syntax:
For code you might try the tripple-tick (3x` no spaces):
Thanks regarding the bullet list @mike.bronner
However the problem with the License statement is from copy pasted original GNU GPLv3 text- It shouldn’t actually convert to a code block.
Sorry, I misunderstood your code block issue. That does seem a bit like an issue. For the time being you might have to do a find/replace on all double-spaces that occur after a line break, or something like that.
The license also comes in markdown format, perhaps that might be a quicker route that addresses all your problems? https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.md (Not sure if you were already referencing that one, or the text one?)
Oh didn’t know - guess that might be better
But just to point out: the issue happens on the automatically generated extension page on https://extensions.nova.app, so my intention was to point out some parsing issues happening there (GitHub for example parsed the 2 blocks I initially referenced correctly). This example page here might be helpful to show what I meant: https://extensions.panic.com/extensions/oliveratgithub/oliveratgithub.SEO/
Perhaps it would be nice if Panic identified what Markdown flavour they currently support, both on the website as well as for the Nova built-in previewer. I’ve tried to figure out what is running on the website, but Panic is pre-generating those pages and serve them statically after Markdown parsing.