@migheille_twitter Nope. There's only this plain usage of mathjax
calculer $f(3)$ et $f(4) = f(2) + f(3)$. On voit bien in a paragraph. I have uploaded a draft where you can look at the page.
I have also made notice of the issue on my theme's github if that's of relevance.
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Vincent Valeninte@prog20901 I am currently customizing Chuck Poster to fit my need. It’s worth taking a look at. https://themes.gohugo.io/hugo-theme-chunky-poster/
I am working on some markdown language extension for my own writings, e.g.
In the past, I used Jekyll plugins for similar tasks.
I have been trying to use short-codes for this, but they don't seem flexible enough for these tasks.
I was not able to figure out if "hugo modules" can be used to build features like this. They seem to be more targeted towards building extended themes.
Is it possible to build these language extensions into hugo?
Where should I start looking, when building this?