+ [2017-07-06T12:35:27Z] jekyllrb (toc) (#1) http://www.seanbuscay.com/blog/jekyll-toc-markdown/, or (#2) https://allejo.io/blog/a-jekyll-toc-in-liquid-only/
+ [2017-07-06T12:35:42Z] jekyllrb 'kramdown' and 'kramdown tables'
+ [2017-07-06T12:35:42Z] jaybe ./fs kramdown
+ [2017-07-06T12:35:51Z] jekyllrb (kramdown) (#1) http://jekyllrb.com/docs/configuration/#kramdown, or (#2) http://kramdown.gettalong.org
+ [2017-07-06T12:35:51Z] jaybe [[ kramdown ]]

message no. 170087

Posted by bshah in #jekyll at 2017-07-06T12:36:09Z

ah found it : https://kramdown.gettalong.org/converter/html.html#toc this rihgT?
+ [2017-07-06T12:36:11Z] jekyllrb Title: HTML Converter | kramdown (at kramdown.gettalong.org)
+ [2017-07-06T12:46:05Z] ellen hello. I'm using a jekyll template that expects something like this to generate a navigation area: https://pastebin.com/mVgeAViT is there a way to go about creating these objects via liquid? e.g. what should I do that'd be like {% assign docs.item.url = value %} ? thanks.
+ [2017-07-06T12:46:06Z] jekyllrb Title: [YAML] docs: - title: Getting Started children: - title: "Quick-Start Gu - Pastebin.com (at pastebin.com)
+ [2017-07-07T17:28:55Z] jobot Hello. I have a wordpress site that I would like to migrate to Jekyll. I have tried various wp plugins for export, but they don't work. Would anyone have a reliable method of migrating the wordpress posts (and uploaded files) to jekyll? Thanks.
+ [2017-07-07T17:49:21Z] jobot I found this. It seems to work: http://hadihariri.com/2013/12/24/migrating-from-wordpress-to-jekyll/