Some websites I create are often brochureware. The website material is text with graphics and links sprinkled in.
I am hesitant creating brochureware websites without using Markdown . It is quicker creating web pages using Markdown than HTML.
The job of a blog or website development frameworks is to compile the troika and non troika programming languages, such as Markdown, into a combination of standard troika languages to be executed by web browsers.
Markdown has a useful feature of enabling HTML syntax to be easily intermixed with Markdown syntax.
Most flavors of Markdown do not support image height or width attributes. An example using HTML embedded in Markdown is
This image <img src="whatever.png" height=400 width=400 /> is beautiful.
The reincarnation of JohnTelford at the time of this posting, is created using mdBook
mdBook Documentation is a command line tool to create books or brochureware with Markdown.
- Lightweight Markdown syntax helps focus more on content
- Integrated search support
- Color syntax highlighting for code blocks for many different languages
- Theme files allow customizing the formatting of the output
- Preprocessors can provide extensions for custom syntax and modifying content
- Backends can render the output to multiple formats
- Written in Rust for speed, safety, and simplicity
The mdBook Documentation is an example of what mdBook produces.