This project provides a minimal blogging platform based on Markdown files.
This project powers the following blogs:
$ python setup.py install
# The application will listen on port 8000 and it will # serve the current folder $ madblog
usage: madblog [-h] [--config CONFIG] [--host HOST] [--port PORT] [--debug] [dir] Serve a Markdown folder as a web blog. The folder should have the following structure: . -> config.yaml [recommended] -> markdown -> article-1.md -> article-2.md -> ... -> img [recommended] -> favicon.ico -> icon.png -> image-1.png -> image-2.png -> ... positional arguments: dir Base path for the blog (default: current directory) options: -h, --help show this help message and exit --config CONFIG Path to a configuration file (default: config.yaml in the blog root directory) --host HOST Bind host/address --port PORT Bind port (default: 8000) --debug Enable debug mode (default: False)
The application will look for a
config.yaml file in the current directory if none was
specified through the
-c command-line option. The structure is the following:
title: Blog title description: Blog description link: https://link.to.your.blog # Use home_link if you have a different home/portal address # than your blog, otherwise it's the same as `link` home_link: https://link.to.home # Path/URL to the logo (default: /img/icon.png) logo: /path/or/url/here # Blog language (for the RSS feed) language: en-US # Show/hide the header (default: true) header: true categories: - category1 - category2 - category3
Articles are Markdown files stored under
markdown. For an article to be correctly rendered,
you need to start the Markdown file with the following metadata header:
[//]: # (title: Title of the article) [//]: # (description: Short description of the content) [//]: # (image: /img/some-header-image.png) [//]: # (author: Author Name <firstname.lastname@example.org>) [//]: # (published: 2022-01-01)
markdown folder exists in the base directory, then the base directory itself will be treated as a root for
You can organize Markdown files in folders. If multiple folders are present, pages on the home will be grouped by folders.
Images are stored under
img. You can reference them in your articles through the following syntax:
You can also drop your
favicon.ico under this folder.
LaTeX support is built-in as long as you have the
latex executable installed on your server.
Syntax for inline LaTeX:
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Syntax for LaTeX expression on a new line:
$$ c^2 = a^2 + b^2 $$
RSS feeds for the blog are provided under the
By default, the whole HTML-rendered content of an article is returned under
If you only want to include the short description of an article in the feed, use