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Sometimes, the plug-in does not seem to work and produces no output at all. But most probably you forgot to load the plug-in. Did you include the following?
[% USE q = Qgoda %] ... See [% q.lanchor(name="faq") %p] for more information!
If you forget to
USE the plug-in, Template Toolkit will silently ignore the directive. The same problem can occur with translations, when you forgot to
Watch https://github.com/gflohr/qgoda/issues/42 for a possible progress on the issue.
Markdown allows HTML inside source code. But Markdown also has the feature that text indented with four space characters or more is
Watch https://github.com/gflohr/qgoda/issues/43 for possible progress on the issue.
Look into the console window where Qgoda is running. You probaly have a syntax error in your template.
It is pronounced
yagoda with the stress on the first syllable.
It means strawberry or sometimes just berry in almost every Slavic language.