Special features

This is an appendix. You start it like any other section, except put the following command first, before the section heading.

\appendix

Put appendix name here
===============================================================================

If you add multiple appendices, perhaps you want to separate them from the main text with a part:

\clearpage
\appendix
\part*{Appendices}

Example appendix
===============================================================================

Start writing the appendix...

Special files

There are a few special files that help steer the execution of markdown-memo or are otherwise exceptional.

Documentation:

• README.md - Please empty this file and adapt it to your project.
• VERSIONS.md - Documents the chronology of markdown-memo versions. Feel free to delete or adapt this to your project.

Primary files edited by the user:

• meta.yaml - The main metadata file controlling the project in many ways.
• *.md - Any other user-created Markdown files, the markup of your document.

Optional files:

• index.[md,txt] - The top-level, root file of your project. By default, if index.txt is missing, a table of contents is generated for index.md, otherwise (the user-written) index.txt is copied to be the index.md. You should not write index.md.
• bib_index.md - Call make bib_index.md to generate this file. It is to help incoorporate citations into your document by being an automatically generated list of the references, with footnotes, created from the available bibliography files in bibs/.
• order.txt - Optionally, the user can create this file, which should have a list of Markdown files used in the document, one-per-line, in the order as to be used for the navigation buttons in the html template. By default, building the html will generate this file if it doesn’t already exist, with the Markdown files listed in alphabetical order. If one names the Markdown files something like 01-first-section.md, 02-second-section.md, etc., then the order should be handled automatically.

Disqus integration

You can choose to append a comments section at the end of your html. Just register a user name and the site name with disqus.com. Then in the meta.yaml, set your disqus_shortname:

disqus_shortname: 'my-sites-disqus-name'

You can choose to add Google analytics tracking to your site, by registering it with Google analytics and add your tracking ID to the meta.yaml:
google_analytics_tracking_id: 'UA-XXXXXXXX-X'
Note that word-count and page-count plots are generated when you call make pdf. You might want to keep these around in the README.md for your document.