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    • Maxim Belkin's avatar
      lesson.scss: 2em left padding for lists · 43c4108d
      Maxim Belkin authored
      Example of the problem: see "Ten Things You Need To Know" from http://swcarpentry.github.io/lesson-example/
      For numbered lists that have more that 9 elements 1 em padding on the left is not sufficient. The result is that "1" in numbers "10" and above is printed on top of the border of encapsulating HTML block. 2 em padding solves this problem for lists with less that 100 elements. It should be safe to safe to assume that numbered lists in Carpentries' lessons should not have more than 99 items.
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    • Greg Wilson's avatar
      Checking that internally-defined links resolve. · cebd8558
      Greg Wilson authored
      An internally-defined Markdown link has the form [xxx][yyy].  If the
      ID 'yyy' doesn't resolve, the text is left as-is, so we check for
      that, then subtract those that reference configuration values using
      '{{'.  It's a hack, but it'll catch at least a few things.
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