See here for an explanation where to installt he templates: Zim - a desktop
wiki - templates. After installing it will appear as template in the template
selection menu when exporting.
So, on linux, you will find a hidden folder in your home directory
~/.local/share/zim/templates. In that folder you copy the
ecodiv-responsive.html and the ecodiv-responsive folder (with all its content
obviously), and you should be ready to go.
In Windows I wouldn't know where the templates are kept, but see this page: Zim
- a desktop wiki - config files
Alternatively, you can simply copy the ecodiv-responsive.html file and folder
to any folder on your computer. Then when exporting your notebook, you select
as template 'other' after which you can browse to the location where you keep
your template and select the html file.
Good idea to add it to the wiki. I don't have the time right now, but the wiki
can be edited by anybody, so if you have the time, perhaps something you can
On Friday, February 6, 2015 10:18 AM, Agustin Lobo <aloboa...@gmail.com>
I'm sorry I miht be asking too an elementary question, but cannot
find the way to add your templates to those available for zim at Export.
Which files from your github (https://github.com/ecodiv/Ecodiv-responsive
should I download and where in the zim path should I copy them?
(may be something to add to your "How to" section in
On Wed, Nov 5, 2014 at 2:45 PM, Paulo van Breugel
> Just want to share an update of the ecodiv-responsive export theme
> (https://github.com/ecodiv/Ecodiv-responsive). I added the (default) option
> to export the pages with a header image. For an example, see
> http://notebook.ecodiv.org/. Idea was to make it look a little bit more like
> my blog page (http://pvanb.wordpress.com/). If you don't like it, you can
> easily change the default header image or remove the option altogether in
> the template. Furthermore some small cosmetic changes and a bug fix (if menu
> was longer than height of screen, part of the menu was not accessible
> anymore... now you'll get a scrollbar so you can scroll to the end of the
> Not done yet, but on the to-do list is for on the mobile (small screens) to
> have on the pages open with the menu closed. Should be simple, but haven't
> figures out how yet. A second thing I would like is to have code blocks
> exported as html with syntax highlighting. No clue how yet though.. ideas
> are welcome.
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