Hi Jaap,

A blank line in between the two headers is still replaced by a <br>. From below I am not sure I understand whether that is the intended behaviour or not?


<h2>TOC&amp;  web links</h2>

<br>

<h3>Collaboration</h3>


Another option would be to replace empty lines by <p></p>? Html pages generated that way resemble more the way the text looks in Zim (tested in Firefox and Chrome), which is because these browsers seem to ignore empty paragraphs.

Another option is to follow the same rule as for paragraphs. As far as I can see, empty line between two paragraphs are not exported. Two empty lines between paragraphs are exported as one break. I think that would be the best option in terms of how easy it is to regulate the appearance of the html page through CSS).






On 21-08-14 12:20, Jaap Karssenberg wrote:
Committed new revision where I changed the whitespace handling in the HTML export. Basically removed all "<BR>" elements outside of paragraphs. Downside is that some rendering may look different than in the source page if you have additional blank lines, but best I can do with the HTML assumptions for line spacing.

-- Jaap



On Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 7:48 PM, Paulo van Breugel <p_vanbreu...@yahoo.com <mailto:p_vanbreu...@yahoo.com>> wrote:

    When exporting to html, the export places a break between two
    consecutive headers as in the example below.  Is there a way to
    prevent this?


    ===== TOC & web links =====


    ==== Collaboration ====

    * test




    Becomes:


    <h2>TOC&amp;  web links</h2>

    <br>

    <h3>Collaboration</h3>

    <p>
    <ul>
    <li>test</li>
    </ul>

    </p>




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