When retrieving a file via WebDav, is there any way to activate Nextcloud’s Markdown rendering of .md files to HTML (I’m guessing the answer is “no” since it probably doesn’t go through any core process for content)?
Is Markdown rendering part of Nextcloud core, if so, where is it located?
If Markdown rendering is not part of Nextcloud core, which app has to be installed or activated for it to work?
What I want to do is to run .md through the renderer and have .html returned.
Perhaps you can use Notepad++ with Plugin. Not tested.
Perhaps there are better possibilities.
Search “markdown viewer windows”
.NET Framework 4.0 or above
Thanks for the suggestion. But what I want to accomplish (if possible) is to render .md to .html “on-the-fly”, either by using an existing PHP class (core or app) or by supplying a request argument when retrieving the file, like ?format=html or ?render=true …
Sorry. Perhaps you find a MD-to-HTML-Converter. There are some online-tools like https://markdowntohtml.com/ . Perhaps you also find a windows-software you can open all .md-files and look them in html-mode.
Actually, the reason I was asking was for NCweb. Now that I put code in NCweb to render Markdown internally, it’s really no issue. But it would have been nice to have it rendered on the Nextcloud side. Thanks for trying though.
NCweb is a reasonably small (ish) PHP “application” that will allow you to expose a given folder of a Nextcloud instance and serve documents from it as if it would have been a regular website.
If you only want serve one document as a normal website you can use “SharingPath”. In an extern HTML you can combine multiple nextcloud documents shared with “SharingPath”. Nextcloud works as a CDN. Because the username is in the path perhaps you an own HTML-User in Nextcloud.
Indeed. But NCweb allows you to host an entire static website inside Nextcloud, without exposing anything else
Yes. I think for you @joho68 do my link is no solution. But if someone wants implements a html-website with only a few nextcloud elements “SharingPath” is a nice feature.
example insert an image from nextcloud in external website.
- you must public share the object in nextcloud
- you must activate the object for SharingPath
- the user is in the path, perhaps use another user like “html” to not show the real user e.g. “admin”