Thanks for your detailed reply, I'll look into those ideas. Paul
On Monday, 12 August 2019 13:53:49 UTC+1, Paul Richardson wrote: > > Good afternoon, complete beginner here. > > I maintain a reference document for my organisation which has some > pre-amble and then is essentially a large table. The user looks through the > table for their particular area of interest and then is given a particular > category/label for their information. The document is also shared with > partner organisations and suppliers and needs to be presented in a portable > format - and it cannot be shared on the internet or in a collaborative > manner. The document has three levels e.g. section 1, section 1.1, section > 1.1.1 (although in some places 220.127.116.11). > > [image: Untitled.png] > > As the document is quite wordy (with footnotes) it is currently maintained > in Word, but I would like to move away from this, and have been playing > with TiddlyWiki. As I still need to provide the Word version, what I would > quite like to do is have a master database (probably in Excel) which then > auto-populates the Word document *and* the TiddlyWiki version. > > I am familiar with the principles of markup laguage and I have managed to > get as far as getting Excel to generate the code for the table rows, and > have successfully pasted these into a tiddler manually. > > |4.1|Wordy description of situation A| <div class="cell class4">class4</div> > | <div class="cell class4">class4</div> | <div class="cell > class2">class2</div> > | > |4.11|Wordy description of situation B| <div class="cell class3">class3</ > div> | <div class="cell class3">class3</div> | <div class="cell > class1">class1</div> | > > > [image: Capture.JPG] > > However I then wanted to get Excel to generate the code for the whole > tiddler itself, (the <div created modified tages title>), but when I paste > the complete tiddler (<div> header and the content and the </div> closing) > into the HTML directly (just after the tiddlers I created in tiddlywiki), > this doesn't seem to work. It looks identical in format to other tiddlers I > have added in the usual manner, so there must be other parts of the HTML I > need to edit.. (I can see my tiddlers both in the "static" area and in one > other place and have added equivalent entries in both). > > <div created="20190812141646000" modified="20190812141646000" tags="" > title="Description"> > |4.1|Wordy description of situation A| <div class="cell class4">class4 > </div> | <div class="cell class4">class4</div> | <div class="cell class2"> > class2</div> | > |4.11|Wordy description of situation B| <div class="cell class3">class3 > </div> | <div class="cell class3">class3</div> | <div class="cell class1"> > class1</div> | > </div> > > I know the HTML isn't intended to be directly edited but what can I say! > > So my immediate question is, which parts of the HTML file do I need to > insert code into in order to add a working tiddler? > My other question is - is my objective even possible or will there be too > many other unseen hurdles and complications along the way? > > (I suppose the alternative approach is to maintain the master version in > TiddlyWiki and then find a way of exporting the whole document to Word, but > it needs to be clean and professional). > > Thank you! > > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to tiddlywiki+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/tiddlywiki/843534e1-8abb-488d-bf21-5a8445dcbb20%40googlegroups.com.