I discovered that Blogger is mangling the
title attribute name that Markdown Here
uses to hold the original Markdown, thereby preventing MDH from find it. Furthermore,
Blogger was mangling the inline
style attribute name (for some elements --
only deeper elements?). However, when publishing the blog post, the styles would
be restored. In addition to hurting MDH's functionality and interfering with its
sweet styling being shown properly, this also affects the styling of rich content
which has been pasted from other web pages.
So, not only does this weird mangling behaviour totally break Markdown Here, it breaks the what-you-see-is-what-you-get (wysiwyg) user experience that everyone expects.
Get it from the Chrome Store.
If you would like to be able to use a hotkey to trigger it, you can use the Chrome's
built-in hotkey assignment feature by pasting this address into Chrome:
How to use
Just place focus into the Blogger edit box and click the toolbar button. All inline styles will be immediately restored. And Markdown Here will work again.
Note: The address of the page you're on while editing your blog post must begin
https://www.blogger.com/. If this is too restrictive, please create an issue.
Not using Chrome?
If anyone wants to provide a better one, that isn't such a copyright violation, that would be great.