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hexo-footnotes

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A plugin to support markdown footnotes in your Hexo blog posts

This plugin is no longer maintained, I recommend you to use hexo-renderer-markdown-it which supports footnotes and many more features.

Installation

npm install hexo-footnotes --save

If Hexo detect automatically all plugins, that's all.

If that is not the case, register the plugin in your _config.yml file :

plugins:
  - hexo-footnotes

Syntax

Mardown

basic footnote[^1]
here is an inline footnote[^2](inline footnote)
and another one[^3]
and another one[^4]

[^1]: basic footnote content
[^3]: paragraph
footnote
content
[^4]: footnote content with some [markdown](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown)

Output

footnotes

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