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About Blocks – bl.ocks.org

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/20

[WayBackAbout Blocks – bl.ocks.org is so cool:

Bl.ocks (pronounced “Blocks”) is a simple viewer for sharing code examples hosted on GitHub Gist.

The main source for your example is in index.html. This file can contain relative links to other files in your Gist, such as images, scripts or stylesheets. And of course you can use absolute links, such as CDN-hosted D3jQuery or Leaflet. To explain your example, add a README.md written in Markdown. (You can omit the index.html if you just want to write, too.)

[WayBack] Code-only-Blocks are cool too:

When your Gist is missing an index.html file, will hide the example iframe but continue to display everything else.

Just compare these:

–jeroen

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