Dear Marcin and everybody,
I had a similar requirement for "simplest HTML" and have documented how I
tackled this under
In summary, it is
- a few settings in init.el:
+ org-html-text-markup-alist similar to below
+ setting org-export-allow-bind-keywords to t
- seeting quite some org variables via in-buffer settings
- elisp to steer a final XSLT transformation of the generated HTML
I had coded a derived export back-end (for Emacs 25.1) and used it quite for
some time. When I moved to Emacs 27.2, the derived back-end did not work any
more, hence I changed to above aproach.
Am 2023-05-30 um 20:48 schrieb Marcin Borkowski:
On 2023-05-30, at 17:32, Max Nikulin <maniku...@gmail.com> wrote:
On 30/05/2023 10:47, Marcin Borkowski wrote:
since I'm going to
call my exporting function in a loop over many elements. I tried
(org-export-with-backend 'html (org-element-at-point (point)))
There is `org-export-string-as', but likely it is not suitable for
you. My guess is that you are going to export headings (blog posts) to
separate html files.
Correct, dear Holmes. ;-)
This is /italic/.
can become e.g.
This is <span class="emphasize">italic</span>.
I am curious whether <em> is more friendly to screen readers
Good point. You're right, I'll probably go with `<em>' then. (The
reason I wanted `<span>' was that I wan't somewhat atypical styling,
namely letterspace. But of course css magic can make `<em>' do this,
I'm considering writing a custom (derived) export backend, but maybe
that is an overkill? Any ideas?
I just have noticed
'((bold . "<b>%s</b>")
(code . "<code>%s</code>")
(italic . "<i>%s</i>")
(strike-through . "<del>%s</del>")
(underline . "<span class=\"underline\">%s</span>")
(verbatim . "<code>%s</code>"))
"Alist of HTML expressions to convert text markup.
You may look into ox-html customizations such as
(:html-doctype "HTML_DOCTYPE" nil org-html-doctype)
(:html-html5-fancy nil "html5-fancy" org-html-html5-fancy)
I have never tried ox-slimhtml:
Laszlo Elo. ox-slimhtml. Mon, 14 Dec 2020 00:48:27
Ah, that looks interesting, too.