Markdown renderer for Hexo with kramed engine.
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This plugin uses kramed but not marked as render engine, it is a fork of hexo-renderer-marked. You need to uninstall hexo-renderer-marked to avoid conflicts.

Why use kramed?

Just for the support of mathjax. I've modified the inline math format, like this example below:


But this renderer will only wrap your inline tex and display tex with a <script> tag, to fully enable mathjax, you need to add some js code in your theme, what I did in my theme hexo-theme-paperbox is:

<script type="text/x-mathjax-config">
    menuSettings: {
      zoom: "None"
    showMathMenu: false,
    jax: ["input/TeX","output/CommonHTML"],
    extensions: ["tex2jax.js"],
    TeX: {
      extensions: ["AMSmath.js","AMSsymbols.js"],
      equationNumbers: {
        autoNumber: "AMS"
    tex2jax: {
      inlineMath: [["\\(", "\\)"]],
      displayMath: [["\\[", "\\]"]]

<script type="text/javascript" src="//"></script>


You can use the following formats for your equations:

inlineMath: `$\sigma$`

displayMath: $$\sigma$$

If you need to contain $ in <code> tag:

` $some code$ `

If you need to contain $$ in your text:



$ npm uninstall hexo-renderer-marked --save
$ npm install hexo-renderer-kramed --save
  • Hexo 3: >= 0.2
  • Hexo 2: 0.1.x


You can configure this plugin in _config.yml.

  gfm: true
  pedantic: false
  sanitize: false
  tables: true
  breaks: true
  smartLists: true
  smartypants: true
  • gfm - Enables GitHub flavored markdown
  • pedantic - Conform to obscure parts of as much as possible. Don't fix any of the original markdown bugs or poor behavior.
  • sanitize - Sanitize the output. Ignore any HTML that has been input.
  • tables - Enable GFM tables. This option requires the gfm option to be true.
  • breaks - Enable GFM line breaks. This option requires the gfm option to be true.
  • smartLists - Use smarter list behavior than the original markdown.
  • smartypants - Use "smart" typograhic punctuation for things like quotes and dashes.