[kramdown-users] Attributes on li elements

Shawn Van Ittersum svicalifornia at gmail.com
Mon Mar 15 17:28:39 EDT 2010

Yep, that's it. :)

[sent from mobile phone]

On Mar 16, 2010, at 7:16 AM, Thomas Leitner <t_leitner at gmx.at> wrote:

>> The list item is itself a block-level element, and I'm requesting
>> that  * {attribute} and 1. {attribute}  become the syntax for
>> applying attributes to list item elements themselves (not some other
>> block element inside).
> Ah... okay! I didn't see "outside the box" ;-) This way it makes much
> more sense (and should be easier to implement). So the modified syntax
> would be:
> A list is started with a list marker (in case of unordered lists one  
> of
> `+`, `-` or `*` -- you can mix them -- and in case of ordered lists a
> number followed by a period) followed by one tab or at least one  
> space,
> optionally followed by an IAL that should be applied to the list item
> and then the first part of the content of the list item.
> Does this sound right? The only change to your proposed syntax would  
> be
> that a real IAL is used instead of the `{.classname}` syntax.
> -- Thomas
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