I defined headers inside a table on a new page on my new site on GitHub Pages that uses the Minimal Mistakes theme in Remote theme mode, and found that the auto_ids table of contents lists all entries correctly, but all of the ToC entries link to “/#”. I also created a simpler test page and duplicated the result when hosted from my Windows laptop with the gem version of that theme. Should this work? Is it a bug? Am I doing something wrong? ?
I would move the table to a layout and keep the content “clean / separated”.
Anyways, if you want to convert / process markdown inside html block (tags) you need to add the “magic” markdown=1 attribute to your tag. Try:
<table markdown=1> or
All the best. Cheers. Prost.
When writing HTML you need to give each of the headings a unique
id. This would happen automatically if you were writing the content in Markdown. This is why you TOC links are all
/# and not
Thanks much, @mmistakes !