This is a regular blog post. The article source format is pretty simple, for example:
title : An Example --- This is the content…
There’s meta data at the beginning. It has to be specified in
YAML1 format. There are no restrictions, except that the data
structure has to be an associative array (i.e. a number of
key : value
pairs, but any data structure may be nested in this associative array).
The meta data has to be separated from the content by
on a line by itself. Articles without meta data are supported (as long
as you make sure these don’t contain the separator).
The content may be any data. In the case of this article, it is
formatted by the MultiMarkdown formatter, because the article’s source
file name ends in
.mmd. This behaviour can be configured freely,
please take a look at the example configuration (