I am trying to display a table with some data spanning columns, and I think I have stumbled upon a bug.
Am I doing something wrong?
In a content file (foo.md) I have a table defined as such [note discourse is displaying slashes, but they are indeed vertical pipes]:
|Heading A|Heading B|Heading C|Heading D|Heading E| |---|---|---|---|---| |<td colspan="3">First|Next|
A table row with “First” bridging columns 1-3, and Next appearing in column 4.
A table row with “First” bridging columns 2-4, and Next appearing in column 5.
|Heading A||Heading B||Heading C||Heading D||Heading E|
<table> <thead> <tr> <th>Heading A</th> <th>Heading B</th> <th>Heading C</th> <th>Heading D</th> <th>Heading E</th> </tr> </thead> <tbody> <tr> <td></td><td colspan="3">First</td> <td>Next</td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
It appears somewhere in the rendering of the Goldmark table, something is broken. The use of the
<td colspan> appears to close the current
td element before it is implemented, resulting in a table that is always skewed one column to the right.
Unfortunately, I do not have the means to track the bug down to determine whether it is Hugo, Go, the Goldmark table extension, whatever…
Ideas? Or is this indeed a bug?
hugo env: hugo v0.111.3-5d4eb5154e1fed125ca8e9b5a0315c4180dab192+extended windows/amd64 BuildDate=2023-03-12T11:40:50Z VendorInfo=gohugoio GOOS="windows" GOARCH="amd64" GOVERSION="go1.20.1" github.com/sass/libsass="3.6.5" github.com/webmproject/libwebp="v1.2.4"
and in case it matters, my config.toml contains:
[markup] [markup.goldmark] [markup.goldmark.renderer] unsafe = true