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Nested lists don't work #33

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noizbuster opened this Issue Jan 7, 2016 · 3 comments

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noizbuster commented Jan 7, 2016

Nested lists don't work in post.
I tested rdiscount, redcarpet, kramdown

by the way, it works well on jekyll-commonmark

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oscarmcm commented Jan 7, 2016

Hi @noizbuster,

I don't understand what is your problem, can you attach a screenshot or a traceback?

Thanks

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noizbuster commented Jan 8, 2016

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oh.. that was my mistake.
It only happens when I try to use the rdiscount

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oscarmcm commented Jan 10, 2016

I think this is a problem with your markdown compiler and not with the theme directly. Check if ruby and jekyll is correctly instaled

btw nested list

1. Dog
    1. German Shepherd
    2. Belgian Shepherd
        1. Malinois
        2. Groenendael
        3. Tervuren
2. Cat
    1. Siberian
    2. Siamese

Will produce something like this

  1. Dog
    1. German Shepherd
    2. Belgian Shepherd
      1. Malinois
      2. Groenendael
      3. Tervuren
  2. Cat
    1. Siberian
    2. Siamese

I think this is as close as you can get; Markdown doesn't support the "1.1.1" type list you wanted

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