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A few examples of extensions in Python-Markdown

I write a lot of content in Markdown (including all the posts on this site), and I use Python-Markdown to render it as HTML. One of Python-Markdown’s features is an Extensions API. The package provides some extensions for common tasks – abbreviations, footnotes, tables and so on – but you can also write your own extensions if you need something more specialised.

After years of just using the builtin extensions, I’ve finally started to dip my toe into custom extensions. In this post, I’m going to show you a few of my tweaked or custom extensions.

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