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commit 26f8ea3acc15697dd52f405e6cc5ccdbf0c64582
parent cd11c25f98e01f5427ff699ea71a4d923e59bce2
Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Sun, 21 Jun 2020 00:10:19 -0400

Fix broken link to compile script

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Mpages/blog/how-to-create-an-rss-feed-for-your-blog-3.md | 13+++++++------
1 file changed, 7 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

diff --git a/pages/blog/how-to-create-an-rss-feed-for-your-blog-3.md b/pages/blog/how-to-create-an-rss-feed-for-your-blog-3.md @@ -82,12 +82,13 @@ scripting languages like Perl or Python if you're more comfortable using those languages. I have the benefit that [the static site generator I -use](https://git.sr.ht/~jbauer/tree/master/compile) outputs the HTML of just the -post—no HTML `<head>` or `<body>` tags included—as an intermediate step in the -process of compiling a page from Markdown to HTML. This allows me to easily -include the text of the post in the `<description>` tags, but it would be fairly -easy to extract just the HTML inside the `<main>` tag of your HTML page, should -you not have a site generator which does something like this. +use](https://git.sr.ht/~jbauer/paritybit.ca/tree/master/compile) outputs the +HTML of just the post—no HTML `<head>` or `<body>` tags included—as an +intermediate step in the process of compiling a page from Markdown to HTML. This +allows me to easily include the text of the post in the `<description>` tags, +but it would be fairly easy to extract just the HTML inside the `<main>` tag of +your HTML page, should you not have a site generator which does something like +this. ### Conclusion