I use odyssey.js in part of my Django site. The map part of it is all working fine but I need to add some <i-frame> elements. I'm not sure what flavour of markdown it is and can't figure out how to add any raw html. {% autoescape off %} stops the <> tags from being escaped but using |safe doesn't seem to have any effect.

  • You might have better luck on stack overflow – raphael Feb 20 '16 at 3:18

The Tech Crunch article CartoDB’s Odyssey.js Is An Open-Source Tool For Telling Stories With Interactive Maps points at Daring Fireball as the type of markdown.

There is an associated discussion list on the Daring Fireball site so perhaps it would be the resource from which to get a definitive answer.

  • I already use daring fireball for my regular blog posts but the same rules don't seem to apply when using odyssey. I've a feeling they've tweaked the settings. – Oliver Burdekin Oct 8 '16 at 13:58
  • Yes i agree Oliver. I have used many tests and Odyssey.js uses only some parts of Daring Fireball's markdown. – Stef42530 Dec 6 '16 at 21:20

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