Plume supports the CommonMark version of Markdown.
On top of that, we added a few custom extensions:
- tables, as documented here
- footnotes, as documented here
- striketrough, as documented here
- task lists, as documented here
- code highlighting. For a detailed documentation, see below.
- hashtags as in
#Example. This will add a link in your post pointing to the page of this tag, with all the articles that have this tag, either in their body or at the bottom of the article. Someone searching for this hashtag on another federated application (like Mastodon or Pleroma) should see your post in the results.
- mentions as in
@firstname.lastname@example.org. This will send a notification to the mentionned user, and create a link to their profile.
- custom image syntax. On top of the standard
![description](url)syntax, we added our own:
![description](ID)where ID is the ID of a media in your gallery. This allows us to show a content warning if you defined one in your gallery. This syntax is the one shown when you upload a picture in your gallery, so you just have to copy that code.
You can add color to your code with the following syntax:
```language your code goes here ```
Language is the name of the language you are using.
The supported languages are those in this repository since we use SublimeText’s syntax file.
Usually the name is in lower-case: for instance
Python can be highlighted with
To configure the theme to use, you will have to choose a different theme for your bblog.