Hi Sylvain

Why don't you pull the files to a temporary folder, and copy the ecodiv.html and ecodiv folder to the ~/.local/share/zim/templates/html?

cd
mkdir tempzim
cd temp
git clone https://github.com/ecodiv/Zim-export-template-responsive.git
cd Zim-export-template-responsive
mv ecodiv.html ~/.local/share/zim/templates/html
mv ecodiv ~/.local/share/zim/templates/html

After this you can delete the tempzim folder if you like or leave it.

Note that you do not need to move the ecodiv.html and ecodiv folder to the ~/.local/share/zim/templates/html folder. It is convenient as it makes the template available through the drop down menu (file --> export) and it is available through edit --> template. However, when exporting you can always select a template from any location on your computer. So, if you copy the ecodiv.html and ecodiv folder to e.g., your Documents folder, you can then select the ecodiv.html from the file --> export menu.

But whatever solution you go for, just make sure to copy the folder ecodiv to the same folder as the ecodiv.html file, otherwise the result will not be as intended.

Cheers,

Paulo




On 06/07/2014 07:11 AM, Sylvain Viart wrote:
Hi Paulo,

Le 06/06/2014 20:46, Paulo van Breugel a écrit :
I created an export template for Zim that creates pages with a responsive design

Looks good.

If you want to give it a try, check out this blogpost: http://pvanb.wordpress.com/2014/06/06/a-zim-wiki-export-template-for-a-adaptive-website/.

May the doc how to install it in Zim.

Here is a doc draft:

The doc (Help -> Content) about templating in Zim said:

  templatecan be found:
|~/.local/share/zim/|

$ ls ~/.local/share/zim/
symbols.list templates
$ ls ~/.local/share/zim/templates/
html latex

cd ~/.local/share/zim/templates/html
$ git clone https://github.com/ecodiv/Zim-export-template-responsive.git
Clonage dans 'Zim-export-template-responsive'...
$ ln -s Zim-export-template-responsive/ecodiv.html .

The Template Editor Dialog can be accessed with the menu item "/Edit/" -> "/Templates/". It will show a list of templates
that are available, and allows you to view and edit them.

Exporting:

File -> Export
Select Format HTML / Template ecodiv

Finish…

I don't know how to take care about "ecodiv folder" (not tryed very hard…)

I could write a program that is an upload custom script of the export to the web site…
1 click publish button.

Regards,
Sylvain.


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