I created an
nbdev repo with a fairly fully-featured
index.ipynb. The resulting github
README.md is quite complex and nbdev/quarto does a great job!
Unfortunately, at some point, the output GFM started containing raw HTML
<style> tags (may be related to introduction of tables). Since GFM does not allow this, I was winding up with those elements being visible as text on the GH readme.
This seems like a problem that would affect many people, so I did a search for a solution. I couldn’t find one. So I created a quarto extension, GitHub - restlessronin/gfm-strip-disallowed: A quarto extension to strip raw HTML blocks (such as '<style>') that are disallowed by GFM., that will filter out those tags from the GFM output.
Hopefully this extension will help others who may be in the same boat. Suggestions for improvement are welcome.