Markdown doesn't have native support for the superscript (<sup>) tag, but it doesn't generally interfere with using native HTML to display a superscript tag. It appears that in hydejack by default instead of rendering <sup>1</sup> as "¹", it just displays it as a "1".
Instead I've temporarily moved to using this syntax that I'd prefer to avoid:
#### ¹ text
Let me know if there's any more info you'd like for me to provide.
Thanks a lot!
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Ah, that is actually a feature to make footnotes easier tapable on phones/tablets. Unfortunately it also applies to regular <sup> tags, not just the footnotes generated by markdown. Will be fixed next release.
However, are you sure you want to set the <sup> tags yourself? Kramdown has built-in support for footnotes:
This is a text with a footnote[^1].
[^1]: Your footnote text.
Can have multiple lines...
...and multiple paragraphs.
Can contain *Markdown*.