Some of my Jekyll content was imported from Wordpress or other HTML source. I just tried to edit in some new links to a complex html-table-formatted existing post and thought I could just skip a line and make a bullet list of links inside a <td></td>. VSCode’s preview rendered that fine, but Jekyll didn’t at first.

A Stack Overflow answer showed how to tell Kramdown to render an HTML block as Markdown. The example they gave was <div markdown="1"></div> with line breaks and Markdown in the div block, but it worked for me with <td markdown="1"></td>, too.

<td markdown="1">

- [Link where I found this](http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15917463/embedding-markdown-in-jekyll-html)
- Other bullet points with links

</td>