This article contains the main objects that should be rendered correctly when converting to a pdf-file.

## Images with liquid syntax

Jekyll relies on parameters like for example site.baseurl. Of course, $\LaTeX$ is not going to handle these things correctly, so we need to do some magic first.

## Code snippets

In a guide we have pretty much code snippets like:

<!-- virtual exits between subrooms -->
<crossing id="0" subroom1_id="0" subroom2_id="1">
<vertex px="10.0" py="6.0"/>
<vertex px="10.0" py="4.0"/>
</crossing>


## Latex

Symbols like \alpha and \beta or equation like

\alpha = \frac{\beta}{\gamma},

should be rendered correctly.