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Markdown not rendered when HTML included #164

hinnerk opened this issue May 7, 2010 · 3 comments


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commented May 7, 2010

Including HTML via {% include %} in a Markdown formatted document does not work

{% include test1.html %}


test test test

{% include test1.html %}

renders as:

Overview ======== test test test

test{1,2}.html are basically like this example:

<div class="test">
<div class="test2">

(no spaces at the beginning at the line, no comments, but tags in the snippet are not well-formed)


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commented Aug 31, 2011

I just encountered this problem, too, when using Jekyll for the first time. I was trying to use textile, as indicated in the documentation.

It would be great to either resolve this or modify the documentation.


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commented Jan 2, 2013

This is a Liquid issue if it still exists. Can you reproduce this in Jekyll 0.12.0?


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commented Mar 17, 2013

Couldn't reproduce on master.

@parkr parkr closed this Mar 17, 2013

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