fletcher on 09 Apr, 2018 12:51 PM
MultiMarkdown footer is just that - it's a section of MultiMarkdown text that is appended to the end of the MultiMarkdown *source* document. It may or may not end up at the end of the *output* document, as you note.
The only problem is that if I want to add text at the very end of a web page, even including the footer as an external file would not address the issue. In my case, it is a copyright notice at the end of the file but it could be anything.
MMD FOOTER gives a useful compactness to the MD file putting the footer at the top. However, functionally, it usefulness is somehow limited. This is obviously my personal opinion - other people may see things in a completely different way.
Unfortunately, as you said, I have control only on the source. The "MMD Footer" would be a good way to extend the control beyond the source.
Perhaps a "HTML Footer" or simply "Footer" in the metadata section could address that. Just a thought...
P.S. I'm addicted to Multimarkdown. I'm recommend it to everybody who needs to publish HTML content. Without a doubt the best Markdown dialect/implementation I have seen.