just some free fonts that I like using.Noto Color Emoji
while I try to use native Emoji as much as possible, my phone didn’t seem support any of those fonts. So I added this as a fallback font. You will most likely not see it.
When I started out I had like 5 lines of front matter in my files. Since then I had to add more to do things like navigation, SEO etc. Now I’m at 40 lines of front matter for each file. All that would be a real pain to manage and check if I didn’t have a tool that goes with it.
Jekyll takes my markdown files and builds this website. Usually, GitHub Pages does that for me, but when I need to test something I need to run it on my computer testing it before I release changes to the wild.
Kramdown is just the markdown variant jekyll uses. But I use it standalone in eBook creation as well.
While I could just try and use some plugin for jekyll for creating eBook versions those plugins just don’t work with my setup. So instead I just wrote a script that creates an ebook using kramdown and pandoc.
A must-have tool for eBook lovers. I use it to convert my ePUB other formats like Kindle Format 8.