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🌌 Sébastien Feugère ☔
🌌 Sébastien Feugère ☔

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Writing HTML in Markdown

This is a very quick comment about this interesting blog post about CMS and site generators that I saw this morning in the WebOps Weekly newsletter.

It totally makes sense: either you can write with a WYSIWYG editor like Seamonkey, or write in Markdown and just convert to HTML with Pandoc using a oneliner:

pandoc -f markdown -t html -s -o 2019-06-27.html
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And then, just trash the whole thing to your website.

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