<body>? Here's what I'm trying to solve: I'm adding a new GA-4 tag and keeping the older UA tag for now. For reasons! I've added the GA-4 tag via
<extrahead>, which was easy. But I can't figure out how to add the
Google Tag Manager (noscript)into the
scriptsat the bottom.
Improved Tooltipsoption in
Insidersand I'm not sure of the behaviour on a TOC that scrolls - I think the tooltip is trying to render on the original position of the TOC. Unfortunately if that was off the screen the tooltips do not appear to render...
toc.followenabled as well as
content.tooltipsif they are possibly interacting.
titleattributes – please make sure that you're not adding them in overrides.
I'm trying to use Material for MkDocs for my collection of notes on various topics. Some of them are mini blog posts that I share with others, and some function as a lab notebook. I've looked at and used a couple different static site generators for this purpose, and I'm trying out Material for MkDocs for the first time now.
In any event, I would like to label each Markdown document with a date. I was able to add a
date field in the metadata section and get that date to display on the page using a modified version of the approach given in this blog post.
Is it possible to somehow use that date field to filter search results? Issue squidfunk/mkdocs-material#3174 hints at it, but it looks like there wasn't much response.
tagsmetadata to make tags searchable: https://github.com/squidfunk/mkdocs-material/blob/0c555b2c9f667cf453a1ebad58123204f4a9c85b/src/plugins/search/plugin.py#L48-L49
Some of them are mini blog posts
There's an issue for supporting blog posts (squidfunk/mkdocs-material#3353) which I'm keenly watching and has garnered some support (:+1:)
@squidfunk: you could put specially marked comments intertwined with the CSS and then automatically extract those comments.
but anyway for me it would not be easier to browse a list of classes than just inspect in browser
extra:, but it doesn't seem to be working. Should I make an issue on github?