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Thème Documentation - Extended Shortcodes

Le thème LoveIt fournit plusieurs shortcodes en plus de ceux intégrés dans Hugo.

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1 style

LoveIt CHANGE | 0.2.0
Remarque
Hugo extended version is necessary for style shortcode.

style is a shortcode to insert custom style in your post.

The style shortcode has two positional parameters.

The first one is the custom style content, which supports nesting syntax in  SASS and & referring to this parent HTML element.

And the second one is the tag name of the HTML element wrapping the content you want to change style, and whose default value is div.

Example style input:

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{{< style "text-align:right; strong{color:#00b1ff;}" >}}
This is a **right-aligned** paragraph.
{{< /style >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

This is a right-aligned paragraph.
LoveIt NOUVEAU | 0.2.0

link shortcode is an alternative to Markdown link syntax. link shortcode can provide some other features and can be used in code blocks.

LoveIt NOUVEAU | 0.2.10 The complete usage of local resource references is supported.

The link shortcode has the following named parameters:

  • href [required] (first positional parameter)

    Destination of the link.

  • content [optional] (second positional parameter)

    Content of the link, default value is the value of href parameter.

    Markdown or HTML format is supported.

  • title [optional] (third positional parameter)

    title attribute of the HTML a tag, which will be shown when hovering on the link.

  • class [optional]

    class attribute of the HTML a tag.

  • rel [optional]

    Additional rel attributes of the HTML a tag.

Example link input:

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{{< link "https://assemble.io" >}}
Or
{{< link href="https://assemble.io" >}}

{{< link "mailto:contact@revolunet.com" >}}
Or
{{< link href="mailto:[email protected]" >}}

{{< link "https://assemble.io" Assemble >}}
Or
{{< link href="https://assemble.io" content=Assemble >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

Example link input with a title:

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{{< link "https://github.com/upstage/" Upstage "Visit Upstage!" >}}
Or
{{< link href="https://github.com/upstage/" content=Upstage title="Visit Upstage!" >}}

The rendered output looks like this (hover over the link, there should be a tooltip):

Upstage

3 image

LoveIt CHANGE | 0.2.0

image shortcode is an alternative to figure shortcode. image shortcode can take full advantage of the dependent libraries of lazysizes and lightgallery.js.

LoveIt NOUVEAU | 0.2.10 The complete usage of local resource references is supported.

The image shortcode has the following named parameters:

  • src [required] (first positional parameter)

    URL of the image to be displayed.

  • alt [optional] (second positional parameter)

    Alternate text for the image if the image cannot be displayed, default value is the value of src parameter.

    Markdown or HTML format is supported.

  • caption [optional] (third positional parameter)

    Image caption.

    Markdown or HTML format is supported.

  • title [optional]

    Image title that will be shown when hovering on the image.

  • class [optional]

    class attribute of the HTML figure tag.

  • src_s [optional]

    URL of the image thumbnail, used for lightgallery, default value is the value of src parameter.

  • src_l [optional]

    URL of the HD image, used for lightgallery, default value is the value of src parameter.

  • height [optional]

    height attribute of the image.

  • width [optional]

    width attribute of the image.

  • linked [optional]

    Whether the image needs to be hyperlinked, default value is true.

  • rel [optional]

    Additional rel attributes of the HTML a tag, if linked parameter is set to true.

Example image input:

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{{< image src="/images/lighthouse.jpg" caption="Lighthouse (`image`)" src_s="/images/lighthouse-small.jpg" src_l="/images/lighthouse-large.jpg" >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

/images/lighthouse.jpg
Lighthouse (image)

4 admonition

The admonition shortcode supports 12 types of banners to help you put notice in your page.

Markdown or HTML format in the content is supported.

Remarque
A note banner
Abstrait
An abstract banner
Info
A info banner
Astuces
A tip banner
Succès
A success banner
Question
A question banner
Avertissement
A warning banner
Échec
A failure banner
Danger
A danger banner
Bug
A bug banner
Exemple
An example banner
Citation
A quote banner

The admonition shortcode has the following named parameters:

  • type [optional] (first positional parameter)

    Type of the admonition banner, default value is note.

  • title [optional] (second positional parameter)

    Title of the admonition banner, default value is the value of type parameter.

  • open [optional] (third positional parameter) LoveIt CHANGE | 0.2.0

    Whether the content will be expandable by default, default value is true.

Example admonition input:

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{{< admonition type=tip title="This is a tip" open=false >}}
A **tip** banner
{{< /admonition >}}
Or
{{< admonition tip "This is a tip" false >}}
A **tip** banner
{{< /admonition >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

This is a tip
A tip banner

5 mermaid

mermaid is a library helping you to generate diagram and flowcharts from text, in a similar manner as Markdown.

Just insert your mermaid code in the mermaid shortcode and that’s it.

5.1 Flowchart

Example flowchart mermaid input:

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{{< mermaid >}}
graph LR;
    A[Hard edge] -->|Link text| B(Round edge)
    B --> C{Decision}
    C -->|One| D[Result one]
    C -->|Two| E[Result two]
{{< /mermaid >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

5.2 Sequence Diagram

Example sequence diagram mermaid input:

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{{< mermaid >}}
sequenceDiagram
    participant Alice
    participant Bob
    Alice->>John: Hello John, how are you?
    loop Healthcheck
        John->John: Fight against hypochondria
    end
    Note right of John: Rational thoughts <br/>prevail...
    John-->Alice: Great!
    John->Bob: How about you?
    Bob-->John: Jolly good!
{{< /mermaid >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

5.3 GANTT

Example GANTT mermaid input:

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{{< mermaid >}}
gantt
    dateFormat  YYYY-MM-DD
    title Adding GANTT diagram functionality to mermaid
    section A section
    Completed task            :done,    des1, 2014-01-06,2014-01-08
    Active task               :active,  des2, 2014-01-09, 3d
    Future task               :         des3, after des2, 5d
    Future task2               :         des4, after des3, 5d
    section Critical tasks
    Completed task in the critical line :crit, done, 2014-01-06,24h
    Implement parser and jison          :crit, done, after des1, 2d
    Create tests for parser             :crit, active, 3d
    Future task in critical line        :crit, 5d
    Create tests for renderer           :2d
    Add to mermaid                      :1d
{{< /mermaid >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

5.4 Class Diagram

Example class diagram mermaid input:

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{{< mermaid >}}
classDiagram
    Class01 <|-- AveryLongClass : Cool
    Class03 *-- Class04
    Class05 o-- Class06
    Class07 .. Class08
    Class09 --> C2 : Where am i?
    Class09 --* C3
    Class09 --|> Class07
    Class07 : equals()
    Class07 : Object[] elementData
    Class01 : size()
    Class01 : int chimp
    Class01 : int gorilla
    Class08 <--> C2: Cool label
{{< /mermaid >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

5.5 State Diagram

Example state diagram mermaid input:

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{{< mermaid >}}
stateDiagram
    [*] --> Still
    Still --> [*]
    Still --> Moving
    Moving --> Still
    Moving --> Crash
    Crash --> [*]
{{< /mermaid >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

5.6 Git Graph

Example git graph mermaid input:

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{{< mermaid >}}
gitGraph:
options
{
    "nodeSpacing": 100,
    "nodeRadius": 10
}
end
    commit
    branch newbranch
    checkout newbranch
    commit
    commit
    checkout master
    commit
    commit
    merge newbranch
{{< /mermaid >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

5.7 Pie

Example pie mermaid input:

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{{< mermaid >}}
pie
    "Dogs" : 386
    "Cats" : 85
    "Rats" : 15
{{< /mermaid >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

6 echarts

ECharts is a library helping you to generate interactive data visualization.

The basic chart types ECharts supports include line series, bar series, scatter series, pie charts, candle-stick series, boxplot series for statistics, map series, heatmap series, lines series for directional information, graph series for relationships, treemap series, sunburst series, parallel series for multi-dimensional data, funnel series, gauge series. And it’s extremely easy to create a combinition of them with ECharts.

Just insert your ECharts option in JSON/YAML/TOML format in the echarts shortcode and that’s it.

Example echarts input in JSON format:

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{{< echarts >}}
{
  "title": {
    "text": "Summary Line Chart",
    "top": "2%",
    "left": "center"
  },
  "tooltip": {
    "trigger": "axis"
  },
  "legend": {
    "data": ["Email Marketing", "Affiliate Advertising", "Video Advertising", "Direct View", "Search Engine"],
    "top": "10%"
  },
  "grid": {
    "left": "5%",
    "right": "5%",
    "bottom": "5%",
    "top": "20%",
    "containLabel": true
  },
  "toolbox": {
    "feature": {
      "saveAsImage": {
        "title": "Save as Image"
      }
    }
  },
  "xAxis": {
    "type": "category",
    "boundaryGap": false,
    "data": ["Monday", "Tuesday", "Wednesday", "Thursday", "Friday", "Saturday", "Sunday"]
  },
  "yAxis": {
    "type": "value"
  },
  "series": [
    {
      "name": "Email Marketing",
      "type": "line",
      "stack": "Total",
      "data": [120, 132, 101, 134, 90, 230, 210]
    },
    {
      "name": "Affiliate Advertising",
      "type": "line",
      "stack": "Total",
      "data": [220, 182, 191, 234, 290, 330, 310]
    },
    {
      "name": "Video Advertising",
      "type": "line",
      "stack": "Total",
      "data": [150, 232, 201, 154, 190, 330, 410]
    },
    {
      "name": "Direct View",
      "type": "line",
      "stack": "Total",
      "data": [320, 332, 301, 334, 390, 330, 320]
    },
    {
      "name": "Search Engine",
      "type": "line",
      "stack": "Total",
      "data": [820, 932, 901, 934, 1290, 1330, 1320]
    }
  ]
}
{{< /echarts >}}

The same in YAML format:

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{{< echarts >}}
title:
    text: Summary Line Chart
    top: 2%
    left: center
tooltip:
    trigger: axis
legend:
    data:
        - Email Marketing
        - Affiliate Advertising
        - Video Advertising
        - Direct View
        - Search Engine
    top: 10%
grid:
    left: 5%
    right: 5%
    bottom: 5%
    top: 20%
    containLabel: true
toolbox:
    feature:
        saveAsImage:
            title: Save as Image
xAxis:
    type: category
    boundaryGap: false
    data:
        - Monday
        - Tuesday
        - Wednesday
        - Thursday
        - Friday
        - Saturday
        - Sunday
yAxis:
    type: value
series:
    - name: Email Marketing
      type: line
      stack: Total
      data:
          - 120
          - 132
          - 101
          - 134
          - 90
          - 230
          - 210
    - name: Affiliate Advertising
      type: line
      stack: Total
      data:
          - 220
          - 182
          - 191
          - 234
          - 290
          - 330
          - 310
    - name: Video Advertising
      type: line
      stack: Total
      data:
          - 150
          - 232
          - 201
          - 154
          - 190
          - 330
          - 410
    - name: Direct View
      type: line
      stack: Total
      data:
          - 320
          - 332
          - 301
          - 334
          - 390
          - 330
          - 320
    - name: Search Engine
      type: line
      stack: Total
      data:
          - 820
          - 932
          - 901
          - 934
          - 1290
          - 1330
          - 1320
{{< /echarts >}}

The same in TOML format:

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{{< echarts >}}
[title]
text = "Summary Line Chart"
top = "2%"
left = "center"

[tooltip]
trigger = "axis"

[legend]
data = [
  "Email Marketing",
  "Affiliate Advertising",
  "Video Advertising",
  "Direct View",
  "Search Engine"
]
top = "10%"

[grid]
left = "5%"
right = "5%"
bottom = "5%"
top = "20%"
containLabel = true

[toolbox]
[toolbox.feature]
[toolbox.feature.saveAsImage]
title = "Save as Image"

[xAxis]
type = "category"
boundaryGap = false
data = [
  "Monday",
  "Tuesday",
  "Wednesday",
  "Thursday",
  "Friday",
  "Saturday",
  "Sunday"
]

[yAxis]
type = "value"

[[series]]
name = "Email Marketing"
type = "line"
stack = "Total"
data = [
  120.0,
  132.0,
  101.0,
  134.0,
  90.0,
  230.0,
  210.0
]

[[series]]
name = "Affiliate Advertising"
type = "line"
stack = "Total"
data = [
  220.0,
  182.0,
  191.0,
  234.0,
  290.0,
  330.0,
  310.0
]

[[series]]
name = "Video Advertising"
type = "line"
stack = "Total"
data = [
  150.0,
  232.0,
  201.0,
  154.0,
  190.0,
  330.0,
  410.0
]

[[series]]
name = "Direct View"
type = "line"
stack = "Total"
data = [
  320.0,
  332.0,
  301.0,
  334.0,
  390.0,
  330.0,
  320.0
]

[[series]]
name = "Search Engine"
type = "line"
stack = "Total"
data = [
  820.0,
  932.0,
  901.0,
  934.0,
  1290.0,
  1330.0,
  1320.0
]
{{< /echarts >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

The echarts shortcode has also the following named parameters:

  • width [optional] (first positional parameter)

    LoveIt NOUVEAU | 0.2.0 Width of the data visualization, default value is 100%.

  • height [optional] (second positional parameter)

    LoveIt NOUVEAU | 0.2.0 Height of the data visualization, default value is 30rem.

7 mapbox

LoveIt NOUVEAU | 0.2.0

Mapbox GL JS is a JavaScript library that uses WebGL to render interactive maps from vector tiles and Mapbox styles.

The mapbox shortcode has the following named parameters to use Mapbox GL JS:

  • lng [required] (first positional parameter)

    Longitude of the inital centerpoint of the map, measured in degrees.

  • lat [required] (second positional parameter)

    Latitude of the inital centerpoint of the map, measured in degrees.

  • zoom [optional] (third positional parameter)

    The initial zoom level of the map, default value is 10.

  • marked [optional] (fourth positional parameter)

    Whether to add a marker at the inital centerpoint of the map, default value is true.

  • light-style [optional] (fifth positional parameter)

    Style for the light theme, default value is the value set in the front matter or the site configuration.

  • dark-style [optional] (sixth positional parameter)

    Style for the dark theme, default value is the value set in the front matter or the site configuration.

  • navigation [optional]

    Whether to add NavigationControl, default value is the value set in the front matter or the site configuration.

  • geolocate [optional]

    Whether to add GeolocateControl, default value is the value set in the front matter or the site configuration.

  • scale [optional]

    Whether to add ScaleControl, default value is the value set in the front matter or the site configuration.

  • fullscreen [optional]

    Whether to add FullscreenControl, default value is the value set in the front matter or the site configuration.

  • width [optional]

    Width of the map, default value is 100%.

  • height [optional]

    Height of the map, default value is 20rem.

Example simple mapbox input:

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{{< mapbox 121.485 31.233 12 >}}
Or
{{< mapbox lng=121.485 lat=31.233 zoom=12 >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

Example mapbox input with the custom style:

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{{< mapbox -122.252 37.453 10 false "mapbox://styles/mapbox/navigation-preview-day-v4" "mapbox://styles/mapbox/navigation-preview-night-v4" >}}
Or
{{< mapbox lng=-122.252 lat=37.453 zoom=10 marked=false light-style="mapbox://styles/mapbox/navigation-preview-day-v4" dark-style="mapbox://styles/mapbox/navigation-preview-night-v4" >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

8 music

The music shortcode embeds a responsive music player based on APlayer and MetingJS.

There are three ways to use it the music shortcode.

8.1 Custom Music URL

LoveIt NOUVEAU | 0.2.10 The complete usage of local resource references is supported.

The music shortcode has the following named parameters by custom music URL:

  • server [required]

    URL of the custom music.

  • name [optional]

    Name of the custom music.

  • artist [optional]

    Artist of the custom music.

  • cover [required]

    URL of the custom music cover.

Example music input by custom music URL:

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{{< music url="/music/Wavelength.mp3" name=Wavelength artist=oldmanyoung cover="/images/Wavelength.jpg" >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

8.2 Music Platform URL Automatic Identification

The music shortcode has one named parameter by music platform URL automatic identification:

  • auto [required] (first positional parameter)

    URL of the music platform URL for automatic identification, which supports netease, tencent and xiami music platform.

Example music input by music platform URL automatic identification:

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{{< music auto="https://music.163.com/#/playlist?id=60198" >}}
Or
{{< music "https://music.163.com/#/playlist?id=60198" >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

8.3 Custom Server, Type and ID

The music shortcode has the following named parameters by custom music platform:

  • server [required] (first positional parameter)

    [netease, tencent, kugou, xiami, baidu]

    Music platform.

  • type [required] (second positional parameter)

    [song, playlist, album, search, artist]

    Type of the music.

  • id [required] (third positional parameter)

    Song ID, or playlist ID, or album ID, or search keyword, or artist ID.

Example music input by custom music platform:

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{{< music server="netease" type="song" id="1868553" >}}
Or
{{< music netease song 1868553 >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

8.4 Other Parameters

The music shortcode has other named parameters applying to the above three ways:

  • theme [optional]

    LoveIt CHANGE | 0.2.0 Main color of the music player, default value is #448aff.

  • fixed [optional]

    Whether to enable fixed mode, default value is false.

  • mini [optional]

    Whether to enable mini mode, default value is false.

  • autoplay [optional]

    Whether to autoplay music, default value is false.

  • volume [optional]

    Default volume when the player is first opened, which will be remembered in the browser, default value is 0.7.

  • mutex [optional]

    Whether to pause other players when this player starts playing, default value is true.

The music shortcode has the following named parameters only applying to the type of music list:

  • loop [optional]

    [all, one, none]

    Loop mode of the music list, default value is none.

  • order [optional]

    [list, random]

    Play order of the music list, default value is list.

  • list-folded [optional]

    Whether the music list should be folded at first, default value is false.

  • list-max-height [optional]

    Max height of the music list, default value is 340px.

9 bilibili

LoveIt CHANGE | 0.2.0

The bilibili shortcode embeds a responsive video player for bilibili videos.

When the video only has one part, only the BV id of the video is required, e.g.:

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Example bilibili input:

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{{< bilibili BV1Sx411T7QQ >}}
Or
{{< bilibili id=BV1Sx411T7QQ >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

When the video has multiple parts, in addition to the BV id of the video, p is also required, whose default value is 1, e.g.:

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Example bilibili input with p:

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{{< bilibili BV1TJ411C7An 3 >}}
Or
{{< bilibili id=BV1TJ411C7An p=3 >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

10 typeit

The typeit shortcode provides typing animation based on TypeIt.

Just insert your content in the typeit shortcode and that’s it.

10.1 Simple Content

Simple content is allowed in Markdown format and without rich block content such as images and more…

Example typeit input:

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{{< typeit >}}
This is a *paragraph* with **typing animation** based on [TypeIt](https://typeitjs.com/)...
{{< /typeit >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

Alternatively, you can use custom HTML tags.

Example typeit input with h4 tag:

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{{< typeit tag=h4 >}}
This is a *paragraph* with **typing animation** based on [TypeIt](https://typeitjs.com/)...
{{< /typeit >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

10.2 Code Content

Code content is allowed and will be highlighted by named parameter code for the type of code language.

Example typeit input with code:

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{{< typeit code=java >}}
public class HelloWorld {
    public static void main(String []args) {
        System.out.println("Hello World");
    }
}
{{< /typeit >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

10.3 Group Content

All typing animations start at the same time by default. But sometimes you may want to start a set of typeit contents in order.

A set of typeit contents with the same value of named parameter group will start typing animation in sequence.

Example typeit input with group:

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{{< typeit group=paragraph >}}
**First** this paragraph begins
{{< /typeit >}}

{{< typeit group=paragraph >}}
**Then** this paragraph begins
{{< /typeit >}}

The rendered output looks like this:

11 script

LoveIt NOUVEAU | 0.2.8

script is a shortcode to insert custom  Javascript in your post.

Remarque
The script content can be guaranteed to be executed in order after all third-party libraries are loaded. So you are free to use third-party libraries.

Example script input:

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{{< script >}}
console.log('Hello LoveIt!');
{{< /script >}}

You can see the output in the console of the developer tool.