Rainer Hansen <rainer.han...@gmx.net> writes: > 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. One more comment from my side. I am especially interested in writing my blog posts in Orgmode and exporting them to either Jekyll or Nikola. Does Jekyll or Nikola with the respective need less blog text special syntax adaptations to post?
> >> 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.