Hugo includes support for these markup languages:
To use one of
the last three markup languages,
need to install an external helper app,
Hugo determines the markup language of a file in the
markup parameter in the file’s front matter
the file’s file extension
The first of these found wins.
If you want to use
markup key in the front matter,
the possible values are bolded in the
File Extension(s) column in the table above.
In other words,
any one of the following
in YAML front matter
(assuming that the corresponding helper app is either
built in to Hugo,
or is installed on your platform and is on your path).
markup: markdown markup: mmark markup: org markup: html markup: asciidoc markup: pandoc markup: rst
To learn more about Hugo’s support for markup languages, see gohugo.io’s Supported Content Formats.
If you install…
you can create
R Markdown (
.Rmd) files that are rendered to HTML with
builds your site using
these rendered HTML files.
For more about this, see: