markdown-to-jsx v6 is now available

The ability to override the rendered representation of anything.

import Markdown from 'markdown-to-jsx';
import React from 'react';
import {render} from 'react-dom';

// surprise, it's a div instead!
const MyH1 = ({children, ...props}) => (<div {...props}>{children}</div>);

overrides: {
h1: {
component: MyH1,
props: {
className: 'foo',
# Hello world!
), document.body);


<div class="foo">
Hello World

HTML is a-ok.

Github-Flavored Markdown (GFM) syntaxes are supported.

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