version 1.2.2 is now available. Highlights include support for page annotation using and improved responsive rendering of embedded H5P content.

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Figure 1 - Docsify-This Web app

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Figure 2 - Docsify-This Web app with option to enable

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Figure 3 - Markdown file displayed as a Web page with enabled

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Figure 4 - Markdown file displayed as a Web page with responsive H5P content embedded

Let’s review the steps to go from a GitHub Markdown file to a web page with Docsify-This:

  1. Create or view a Markdown file on GitHub and copy the URL
  2. Go to, paste the URL into the Web Page Builder (shown below), and tap the “View as Standalone Web Page” button
  3. That’s it, there is no step 3

The Docsify-This open source project might just now be the easiest way to turn a GitHub Markdown file into a simple web page (and begin to benefit from the possibilities of a Markdown publishing workflow)!

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