I’m having a brain freeze Currently there is a More/Less button on blog posts:
Next to the “More”/“Less” button I’d like to place a “Markdown” button so the user (OK well me) can view how the Kramdown is setup for this page.
I’m having trouble wrapping my head around how the Markdown button needs to create the Liquid//Kramdown in order to open the
_posts/....md file in GitHub Repo in a new window / tab in the browser.
Here’s the live link to the recorded .gif example above
In URL-Speak the link is:
In G-H-Pages-Speak the link is:
In Jekyll-Speak the link is:
Because there were over 1000
_posts I had to divide them into the years 2016 to 2022 otherwise GitHub wouldn’t display all the files (the maximum in GitHub is 1,000 displayable filenames per directory)…
I’ve looked at
slugify: pretty but that didn’t help much. How do I get Liquid to return the GitHub Repo Post filename URL from the Jekyll Post filename?