MDX allows for certain things beyond what markdown is capable of. Content here will discuss using those features to augment or modify the default content layout.
It’s extremly important that for any rich text, or images represented through mark down, that they are left aligned. This is true even if they are within a component. Otherwise it will be processed as a regular string.
You can declare frontmatter in your
.mdx files to provide specific metadata
for the theme to use.
title: Main page title: search results and SEO
description: SEO and search results
date: Enter a date that the page was last modified to be displayed at the bottom left corner of the page. Refer to the IBM Style guide for the correct syntax.
keywords: just SEO (optional)
hiddenFromSearch: if true, page will be excluded from search
---title: Markdowndescription: Usage instructions for the Markdown componentkeywords: 'ibm,carbon,gatsby,mdx,markdown'date: 27 January 2021hiddenFromSearch: true---
The theme has a remark for processing straight quotes, into ‘smart’ quotes (”). However, this plugin isn’t able to process text used in custom MDX components. When using quotes in custom components, content authors should manually use “smart quotes” to adhere to the IBM Design Language content guidelines.
You can export a
Title component in order to render a unique title for a
single page. This is particularly useful for including line breaks at a specific
Note: You still need to provide a regular string title to the frontmatter for search, navigation, and the HTML header title to work.
---title: MDXdescription: custom title page---export const Title = () => (<span>First line <br /> Second line</span>