I’ve got a blog post with of HTML that I want Kramdown to ignore. I wrapped it in
but it didn’t help. You can see the source here:
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title: "Advent of Code 2017"
tags: [advent of code]
I'm a few days late, but this is just a quick reminder that [Advent of Code](http://adventofcode.com/) has returned. This is a daily coding challenge where you are tasked to solve certain problems. No particular language is required, and heck, if you want to do it on paper you could give that a shot as well. This is my third year participating and it quickly goes from simple to "woah, how in the heck do I solve that?!?" Last year I didn't complete the entire set of puzzles, but I still enjoyed the heck out of it. I fully recommend "cheating" if you get stuck. The [subreddit](https://www.reddit.com/r/adventofcode/) typically has solutions up way before I even get a chance to make an attempt.
Last year I tried to [blog](https://www.raymondcamden.com/2016/12/01/begin-the-advent-of-code/) about all my solutions but - yeah - that was a mistake. ;) I'm still posting my solutions to GitHub though: [https://github.com/cfjedimaster/adventofcode](https://github.com/cfjedimaster/adventofcode). You're welcome to look at - and make fun of - my solutions.
Here is an example of the type of challenges you can expect - in this case - the very first one:
Note that GitHub seems to render it well. But compare it to here:
and you can see some of the HTML was escaped. Any ideas?
Check your HTML. The list items in your unordered list element are both missing closing
That’s probably confusing Kramdown when it parses the mixture of Markdown and HTML.
Oh my god I’m so embarrassed. That was it - and I didn’t even need the divs with markdown=“0”. I’ve been working with HTML for about 20 years now and I can’t believe I didn’t pick up on that. Thank you.