Sometimes I should read more carefully what I write. I want to use a static web site generator! So Wordpress is no option for me.
Sorry for the confusion. Brett Viren <b...@bnl.gov> writes: > Rainer Hansen <rainer.han...@gmx.net> writes: > >> I wonder what is the best way to create a blog for a company website >> with Orgmode. I do not want to use a static web site generator. The >> design of the web site is relying on Bootstrap and customs CSS. > > Just curious, why does wanting to use Bootstrap rule out an Org-based > static site generator for you? Of course I could use Bootstrap with an Org-based static site generator. However, I my thinking is that I need to do a lot of customizations to use it as a blogging engine. Perhaps I am wrong. I would be happy if someone on the mailing-list has done it and can show that it is quite straight forward to do. > > I'm slowly developing just such a beast. It Works For Me(TM) but is > still a bit raw for others unless they can deal with some Python > hacking and spotty documentation. > >> It should be easy to setup and to maintain for me? > > I think maybe you can better define what you mean by "easy"? > Yes, easy is relative. What I mean is that I can set it up in less than 4 hours through configuration. I want to be able to reuse the visual theme implemented in CSS for the rest of the web site in the time limit mentioned before. > In the end, developing my own generator was easier than trying to adapt > existing ones. There are a lot of great ones out there, especially if > you expand to allow Markdown ones (either native authoring or using > Org's Markdown export), but none do exactly what I wanted. > > -Brett. Could you please provide some links? I am especially interested in tutorials on setting them up.