This is a very rudimentary project that allows users to compose and generate a resume with Markdown, HTML, CSS and Notenik’s scripting and templating. The generation process leans heavily on includes in order to designate where the various sections of the resume are displayed, but I suppose that there may be an easier way to achieve this. Feel free to browse and fiddle with the files included and pay no attention to my slapdash CSS job that can be found in the
For common distribution, you can open the
resume.html file in a web browser and export it as a PDF from the Print menu. Don’t blame me if this impedes on your own job search.
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Notenik-Resume-Project.zip (12.9 KB)
And a screenshot from the browser. You may want to adjust the CSS using the
@page rule for greater control with a printed/PDF format. Conveniently,
@page is not supported by Safari.