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This function accepts Markdown-syntax text and returns HTML that may be included in Shiny UIs.
A character vector of Markdown source to convert to HTML. If the vector has more than one element, a single-element character vector of concatenated HTML is returned.
Enable Github syntax extensions; defaults to
Character vector used to omit some of the whitespace that would normally be written around generated HTML. Valid options include
a character vector marked as HTML.
Leading whitespace is trimmed from Markdown text with
Whitespace trimming ensures Markdown is processed correctly even when the
markdown() is indented within surrounding R code.
By default, Github extensions are enabled, but this
can be disabled by passing
extensions = FALSE.
Markdown rendering is performed by
markdown() are passed as arguments to
ui <- fluidPage( markdown(" # Markdown Example This is a markdown paragraph, and will be contained within a `<p>` tag in the UI. The following is an unordered list, which will be represented in the UI as a `<ul>` with `<li>` children: * a bullet * another [Links](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/a) work; so does *emphasis*. To see more of what's possible, check out [commonmark.org/help](https://commonmark.org/help). ") )