In an effort to make content cross-compatible for multiple purposes (e.g. a Jekyll blog and a PDF ebook), Penflip now has support for basic YAML front matter. Basic is an understatement, really, since the only attribute that is supported right now is
title. Exactly like Jekyll, the front matter must be the first thing in the file and must take the form of valid YAML set between triple-dashed lines.
Your title front matter should look like this:
--- title: Learning CSS ---
This will be displayed as an H1 element (markdown
#) in previews, downloads, etc.
You can import your Jekyll blog into Penflip and all your post titles will be converted to chapter titles. Oh yeah!
- Book cover images
- New copyright options
- Project navigation links
- Project labels
- Improved download & editor performance
- UPDATE: Easier sharing
- Project search
- Project shortcuts
- MathJax integration
- Project filtering
- Smarter lists
- Quick fix: improper MathJax rendering
- Bug fixes: PDF downloads, MathJax and more
- Tiny update: headers in the margin
- UPDATE: Advanced formatting and publishing options
- Nerding out: a funky image regex
- Hello, world!