First off - love the app. Thanks for adding the options for multiple stylesheets.
I was wondering if you could also offer the option for a linked js file? I often use markdown for documentation purposes with collapsing sections, etc... if I could link a custom js file that would be sweet.
Keep up the good work!
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Support Staff 1 Posted by Brett on 02 Mar, 2012 01:39 PM
Any `<script>` tags embedded in the document through either an XHTML HEADER: metadata line at the top, or left justified anywhere in the body content will be preserved when you preview. They're removed while rendering and then placed at the end of the HTML in the preview before the closing body tag.
Let me know if this isn't working for you.
2 Posted by Jesse Martin on 08 Mar, 2012 10:23 PM
Oh, it works just fine. But what I would like is to be able to choose from "pre saved" js files via drop down like I can with css. I just a special js to parse my markdown as a color coded todo list and I use another js file to create collapsable app documentation. In each of these cases I'd love to be able to just pick which doc I want for which application.
Also, my roots are in marketing and I was thinking a really neat feature on your site would be to allow user submissions of their custom css files/applications of your app. Everyone's got a little twist on the norm and it might be cool to create a "best of" gallery for word of mouth marketing - get some new life in the press and such. Thoughts?
Support Staff 3 Posted by Brett on 12 Mar, 2012 01:59 PM
I'll take the dropdown idea into consideration.
I'm definitely working on a Custom Style gallery for the website Extras page, as well as a web-based generator for building your own custom styles. No ETA on either, but I agree it would be a cool marketing tool and handy feature for users.
Brett closed this discussion on 12 Mar, 2012 01:59 PM.