pyMarkdown Minisite allows you to quickly create simple but nice looking websites.
To create a website you just write plain text documents in Markdown syntax with .mdwn as file suffix. The script then parses these files and adds an index file (if you create an "index.mdwn" file, it uses that as index instead), as well as date tags, backlinks and a simple design.
When you update it, only the date tags on changed pages get updated, so each date tag shows when the page was last updated.
All the created html files get put into a "static" folder which you can directly upload to an ftp server.
That way creating a simple website can be done in just the amount of time you need for writing its content which makes pyMM a good fit for writing the documentation for your latest little tool.
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