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I am planning to stop maintaining the Blackfriday related code in my ox-hugo library since has defaulted to a better Markdown library ( ) since 5 months, since its version 0.60.0 got released.

ox-hugo users: Which Hugo version are you on? Visit this link to vote: github.com/kaushalmodi/ox-hugo

@kaushalmodi Wait, does this mean that I can remove the following from my config?

That would be amazing news! I thought that this fix was still needed.

@kaushalmodi Ha, it does not mean that I can remove it.

I probably still need the unsafe setting for my export HTML parts.

@RMW Yes, that's correct.

Once I clean up the library, many unnecessary escaping from the exported Markdown will go away. The whole Markdown payload will become a bit lighter in weight :)

@kaushalmodi One small thing that I noticed is that my webpage contains some empty div elements.

It does not bother me, since my pages are pretty lightweight, but it obviously would be cool if this could be prevented.

I am overall very happy with ox-hugo. It is an awesome project!

@RMW

> One small thing that I noticed is that my webpage contains some empty div elements.

Yes, I believe I will be able to remove those as they. They are there as a Blackfriday hack only. Luckily they don't bother Goldmark, but yes, they are an eyesore :)

> I am overall very happy with ox-hugo. It is an awesome project!

@RMW

> I am overall very happy with ox-hugo. It is an awesome project!

Thanks!

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