Allow attributes in links

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Stever Robbins

16 Oct, 2017 04:33 PM

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Was just looking at Multimarkdown Composer 4 and see that it supports attributes in links. E.g.:

This is a link

It would be great if MARKED 2 could support this as well. It would substantially enhance my workflow.

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// Configuration (do not edit) Marked 2 930 (Direct)

OS X Version: 10.13

allowPageBreakInCode: 1
bookTxtIsLeanpub: 0
summaryMdIsGitBook: 0
codeIsPoetry: 0
collapsibleHeadlines: 1
convertGithubCheckboxes: 1
convertYAMLToMMD: 0
defaultMathJaxConfig: TeX-AMS-MML_HTMLorMML
defaultPreviewStyle: 102
defaultProcessor: MultiMarkdown
enableMiniMap: 1
excludeBlockQuotesFromCounts: 0
excludeFootnotesFromCounts: 0
excludeVerbatimFromCounts: 0
excludeCaptionsFromCounts: 0
folderPreviewExtensionsArray: md, markdown, txt, mdown, html, opml
githubNewlines: 1
h1IsPageBreak: 0
h2IsPageBreak: 0
hrIsPageBreak: 0
includeMathJax: 0
limitTextWidth: 0
minimalJavaScript: 0
permissionGranted: 0
printHeaderFooterFirstPage: 0
processHTMLFiles: 0
removeMetadataForPreview: 0
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scrollToEdit: 1
shouldDetectCritic: 1
shouldHighlightMarkupErrors: 1
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syntaxHighlight: 0

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Brett on 16 Oct, 2017 05:04 PM

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    MMDC 4 uses the new version of MultiMarkdown (v6), which is what allows
    attributes in links. While I'm not convinced that MMD6 is ready for
    production release in Marked yet, it's easy to install the binary and
    use it as a custom processor.

    You can download the binaries and installer at

    Then just set it up as the custom processor:


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