Adding a Theme to ul Output

I’m using Google’s MDL framework in my website’s theme. There ul and li objects require css classes to be applied to display properly. At this point I haven’t found a way to override the markdown rendering adequately. I know bootstrap has the same issue, so what is the best way to get around this?

There’s a Classifier plugin, but I don’t know if that will actually help you in this situation. I don’t know the framework. You could also insert plain HTML in your pages and bypass Markdown altogether.

I will look into the Classifier Plugin a little more, but it doesn’t look quite like what I need. Using MDL Lite, the ul needs to render like this:

<ul class="mdl-list">
  <li class="mdl-list__item">One</li>
  <li class="mdl-list__item">Two</li>
  <li class="mdl-list__item">Three</li>

I mean, I could put it into the page like this, but that kind of defeats the point of using Markdown.

Well if your page only contains lists that you want formatted this way, and the class names are constant, then the Classifier plugin could work fine. Just use the \* selector.