Things to know :
Markdown is fully-compatible (including Latex delimiters !)
There are now only notes (no blog posts). If you really want blog posts along notes, a hack is to set the YAML season of blog posts to
summerand notes to
automn- they won't appear in feed but will be searchable and appear in tags page.
Code is now correctly indented
You can change the code template by replacing the css in
/assets/css/highlight.cssby any template from pygment.css
Wikilinks are usable : [[…]],
Also alt-text wikilinks (with transclusion !) : [[original link\|alternative text]]
Please note : You need to escape the pipe character in Obsidian (\| instead of |). This won't break Obsidian's functionality.
- Fresh new feature : you can also link headers ! Use # when typing the wikilink : [[Obsidian integration#Obsidian setup|Alt-text]] will create the following link : Alt-text (click on it to see the effect)
Please note : This feature will work only if you write alternative text in the link : [[Obsidian integration#Obsidian setup]] won't work1.
- You can use Simply-Jekyll custom features, such as flashcards : Carte mémoire !
flashcards ! - but don't click on it in Obsidian, else it will create a new page.
After having forked notenote.link on your computer, open Obsidian and create a vault in the root folder (
This will allow you to modify all your markdown files inside the directory.
about.md is in the root folder.
Your notes should go to the
_notes folder, images in
assets/img. You need to tell Obsidian where to put the new notes. In Preferences/File, enter the following settings :
- Default location for new notes : In the folder specified below`
- Folder to create new notes in :
- New link format :
Relative Path to file
- Attachment folder path : `assets/img
Front matter is needed at the beginning of your note. Here is the template :
--- title: My Note tags: tag1 toc: true season: winter ---
You can hide it in Obsidian by toggling the option "Show Frontmatter" in the Preferences/Editor menu.
Images are the tricky part :
- You can use vanilla markdown links:
- You can drag/drop/paste images in Obsidian, which will create a link such as :
A quick hack in the last case is just to change the brackets :
I don't use it, so I didn't change it but if it's important for you open an issue and I may fix it. ↩