This is a collection of stylesheets to use when converting Markdown text to HTML format. Stylesheets have been tested to work with Pandoc, but might also work with other converters that output fairly plain HTML.
To use one of the stylesheets, just unpack somewhere convenient, e.g.
~/.local/share/markdown-css and then do something like
pandoc foo.md \ --output=foo.html \ --to=html5 \ --css=$HOME/.local/share/markdown-css/tufte.css \ --highlight-style=haddock \ --self-contained
Included stylesheets originate from other projects, and have merely been adapted to work with Markdown and Pandoc, and also styles of some elements have been tweaked to suit the authors' use cases and personal taste. Original files have been kept in the repository to be able to review the changes and to merge changes in from upstream. Anyone looking for a base for their own work is likely to be better off turning to the original sources.
github.cssis from github-markdown-css by Sindre Sorhus, available under the MIT license.
tufte.cssand the font
et-bookare from tufte-css by Dave Liepmann and contributors, available under the MIT license.
Stylesheets are available under the MIT license, see the file
COPYING for details.