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, 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.