Verto is an extension of the Python Markdown package, which allows authors to include complex HTML elements with simple text tags in their Markdown files.
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Verto is an extension of the Python Markdown package, which allows authors to include complex HTML elements with simple text tags in their Markdown files.

Basic Usage

Verto allows for an author to quickly include images and content and display them in a panel (similar to a Bootstrap Collapsible Panel) with the following markdown:

# Example Header

Example Paragraph

{panel type="example"}

# Example Panel

{image file-path="http://placehold.it/350x150" caption="Example Image"}

{panel end}

While Verto has many configuration options it can be used immediately with little code. For example, if the previous markdown is saved in the file called example.md then the following would convert that file and print the output to stdout:

from verto import Verto

text = open('example.md', 'r')
converter = Verto()
result = converter.convert(text)

print(result.html_string)

Documentation

Installation and usage documentation for Verto can be found on ReadTheDocs, and can also be built from the documentation source within the docs/ directory of the development distribution.

License

Verto is licensed under the MIT License. Read the license file for more details.

Bugs and feature requests

Have a bug or a feature request? Please first search for existing and closed issues in our issue tracker. If your problem or idea is not addressed yet, please open a new issue.

FAQ

Where is the changelog?

The changelog is available within the documentation.

How do I install the development version as local package?

  1. $ git clone https://github.com/uccser/verto.git
  2. $ cd verto
  3. $ pip3 install .