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Obsidian-compatible image syntax for the markdown-it parser




Markdown-It Obsidian Images

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Renders Obsidian-style images in markdown-it. This is useful for making Obsidian-based blogs or digital gardens..


Install this into your project:

npm --save install markdown-it-obsidian-images

...and use it:

const obsidianImages = require('markdown-it-obsidian-images')(options)
const md = require('markdown-it')()
    .render('![[Image1|A beautiful image]] [[/Image2]]')


<p><img src="./Image1.png" alt="A beautiful image" /> <img src="/Image2.png" /></p>



Default: /

The base URL for absolute image URLs.

const html = require('markdown-it')()
  .use(require('markdown-it-obsidian-images')({ baseURL: '/content/' }))
  .render('![[/Hero Image]]')
  // <p><img src="/content/Hero_Image.png" /></p>


Default: ./

The base URL for relative wiki links.

const html = require('markdown-it')()
  .use(require('markdown-it-obsidian-images')({ relativeBaseURL: '/content/', suffix: '' }))
  .render('![[Hero Image]]')
  // <p><img src="/content/Hero_Image" /></p>


Default: false

Render all image URLs as absolute paths.


Default: .png

Append this suffix to every URL.

const html = require('markdown-it')()
  .use(require('markdown-it-obsidian-images')({ uriSuffix: '.jpg' }))
  .render('![[Hero Image]]')
  // <p><img src="./Hero_Image.jpg" /></p>


Default: {}

An object containing HTML attributes to be applied to every link.

const attrs = {
  'class': 'full-width'
const html = require('markdown-it')()
  .use(require('markdown-it-obsidian-images')({ htmlAttributes: attrs }))
  .render('![[Hero Image]]')
  // <p><img src="./Hero_Image.png" class="full-width" /></p>


A transform applied to every page name.

The default transform does the following things:

  • trim surrounding whitespace
  • sanitize the string


const _ = require('slugify')

function myCustomPostProcessImageName(label) {
  return label.split('/').map(function(pathSegment) {
    return slugify(pathSegment.toLowerCase())

const html = require('markdown-it')()
  .use(require('markdown-it-obsidian-images')({ postProcessImageName: myCustomPostProcessImageName }))
  .render('![[Hello World]]')
  // <p><img src="./hello-world.png" /></p>


A transform applied to every image alt label. You can override it just like postProcessImageName (see above).

The default transform trims surrounding whitespace and replaces the characters <&" with html-encoded equivalents


Based on markdown-it-wikilinks by Julio Sepia