A sample post to test Staticman on GitLab.

### 9 comments

#### Staticman Lab

Test comment on GitLab pages

#### Vincent Tam

Test *Markdown* syntax, $\KaTeX$ inline math,

$$ \int_0^1 f(x) \,dx, $$

as well as **images**.

#### Math commentator

Test sleeping bot. To write block equations, use two pairs of `$`

.

```
$$
f(x) = \int_0^1 g(t) \, dt
$$
```

$$ f(n) = \sum_{i=0}^n g(i) $$

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#### Kaligule

I didn’t even know that staticman allowed LaTeX Syntax: $\alpha$ $$\beta$$

#### Vincent Tam

@Kaligule In fact, Staticman only ships HTML form data to the `path`

specified in `staticman.yml`

. It’s the blog’s theme/template’s job (Beautiful Hugo in this case) to interpret the data, in particular the function `markdownify`

in `layouts/partial/staticman-comments.html`

and (\KaTeX) JavaScript which render the styles and math.

#### Curious commenter

How does this thing react when the free Heroku node is offline?

#### Curious commenter

Hello!

#### Anonymous

Does it work?

#### Test

Test