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new parameter --css that allows to provide a css file to style the pdf.

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@MaxMelcher MaxMelcher released this Jun 25, 2019 · 5 commits to master since this release

Supporting markdown tables.

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@MaxMelcher MaxMelcher released this Jun 16, 2019 · 7 commits to master since this release

Removing the additiona h2 element when using --pathToHeading so that the quick navigation in PDF is not getting messed up.

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@MaxMelcher MaxMelcher released this Jun 13, 2019 · 8 commits to master since this release

New parameters to design the header and footer of the PDF:

--pathToHeading

Add path of the file to the header

--footer-left, --footer-center, --footer-right, --header-left, --header-center, --header-right,

Headers and footers can be added to the document by the --header-* and
--footer* arguments respectfully. In header and footer text string supplied
to e.g. --header-left, the following variables will be substituted.

  • [page] Replaced by the number of the pages currently being printed
  • [frompage] Replaced by the number of the first page to be printed
  • [topage] Replaced by the number of the last page to be printed
  • [webpage] Replaced by the URL of the page being printed
  • [section] Replaced by the name of the current section
  • [subsection] Replaced by the name of the current subsection
  • [date] Replaced by the current date in system local format
  • [isodate] Replaced by the current date in ISO 8601 extended format
  • [time] Replaced by the current time in system local format
  • [title] Replaced by the title of the of the current page object
  • [doctitle] Replaced by the title of the output document
  • [sitepage] Replaced by the number of the page in the current site being converted
  • [sitepages] Replaced by the number of pages in the current site being converted
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