Yea, I should change that post. Best to maintain consistency. Though how would you make the main document title be like
<h0> or something.
Agreed on keeping out XML syntax, it’s why we switched to markdown in the first place. However I would like to say that for document declaration, we should consider if we need to go with
<!CommonMark 0.1.23-github.username.projectname > to inform the parser which version to use. But would like to be convinced that placing the document declaration as a meta data would still work. (Since it’s much nicer to look at)
My Title | !CommonMark: 0.1.23-github.username.projectname | title: Title for the top bar of any browser
<!CommonMark 0.1.23-github.username.projectname > My Title | title: Title for the top bar of any browser