dendron-jekyll supports the same nested hierarchies as your notes and allows you to navigate via the sidebar.
You can see at a glance which notes have children and explore them from the nav without refreshing the page.
Every page can accept one-click contributions as long as the contributor has a github account.
Example of making a contribution to Dendron.
If you’d rather not click, dendron-jekyll also supports path based lookup.
Every page is published using its unique ID which means that urls will never change, even if the filenames do.
If you have a free github account, then you can host your Dendron notes for free using github pages
You can find the docs on this under liquid
- NOTE: this will only be “compiled” in the published site but won’t be rendered in the regular markdown
You can choose to publish your whole vault, a single domain, or multiple domains within your vault.
Dendron has note references that let you inline either the whole note or parts of a note into another note. Publishing via Dendron will also publish note references as part of the process.
When building your site by running
Dendron: Build Pod, Dendron will generate a bad links report of all wiki-links that did not resolve. It will also update the links to point to a 404 page instead.