UPDATE: We have found someone. Thank you for those who responded.
We have a package containing a library of python files, used to scrape a particular set of files online.
It is our understanding that the files online are written in HTML, but the previous programmer has set up the python library to convert it into plain text. Your job is to tweak the python library so that it will preserve as much of the original formatting. For example:
* bold, underline, italics
* "intra-links" or links from one part of the page to another (e.g., endnotes/footnotes linked, index linked, table of contents linked)
* Alignment (e.g, Center alignment, Right alignment)
* font size
* horizontal lines
You must be competent in Python 3.x and markdown format. This is a relatively simple project and may lead to future, more complex and more rewarding work. Dear coders, we hope to hear from you soon!