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Bitbucket RestructuredText README ugly? Edited

RestructuredText README's on Bitbucket looks improperly rendered into HTML at the moment, e.g.

* all the sections are squashed up

* the headings are rendered as hyperlinks that point to themselves

I see that this is a new feature, is it intended to be improved any time soon or is markdown the way to go for now?


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The problem is that sections, which are usually started by headings, do not have any margin defined for them. Meanwhile, the heading that starts a section will be the first child element within that section.

In the bundle.css file that apparently applies to the HTML output, there is a CSS rule like this:

/* remove top margin for first element */
table:first-child {
margin-top: 0;

So, each section will not have a top margin, each heading at the top of each section will not have a top margin. Consequently, sections will be squashed up.

I suggest that some kind of top margin be incorporated into the rules. Removing the above rule does produce decent-enough layout for my documentation, but others might not entirely agree with what it does to theirs.


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