I am still experimenting with fastpages internally at my company and on a soon to come personal blog. I have noticed so far the following. Posting here in case there are obvious solutions I might have missed:
- Plotting graphviz graphs made with fastdot (which seems like a very good tools) spits me an ugly
<!DOCTYPE svg PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD SVG 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/1.1/DTD/svg11.dtd">
right before the rendered graph. I am pretty sure there is a way to avoid this, but I am currently stuck
Math rendering is not supported within info boxes (i.e. “Important”, “Note” and “Warning”). Adding a latex formula means that the box is closed and the formula appears right aferwards
Given the text width of the rendered post is significantly smaller than what appears in normal notebooks, it’s easy to make plots and other output overflowing. Worst offender, for me, is the rendering of the tables. a simple
df.head()with a dataframe that has more than 5 columns is larger than the text (at least on chrome) and there is no scrolling. Is there a simple way of prettifying the rendering of tables that I am missing?
Minor gotcha: No adding an empty
>(or possibly a full empty line) after a info box means that the paragraph following the box keeps the same font as the box, instead of the main one. This has nothing to do with fastpages, this is me being silly with markdown. I keep falling for it, though.