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ox-hugo Test Site

This is the test site for the ox-hugo package for Emacs/Org-mode.

It is updated automatically after each commit to the ox-hugo repo. It was last updated on Jul 15, 2019 20:01 UTC.


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Footnotes 2

(Last modified on Fri Sep 22, 2017)

This is some text1. Second footnote [return]

Footnotes 1

(Last modified on Fri Sep 22, 2017)

This is some text1. Note to self: You cannot name an Org heading ‘Footnotes’; that’s reserved by Org to store all the footnotes. First footnote [return]

Dealing with underscores

(Last modified on Fri Sep 22, 2017)

This underscore should appear escaped in Markdown: _ This underscore is in a verbatim block, so it should not be escaped: _ This underscore also shouldn’t be escaped as it’s in an emoji code: 🙌 And these ones should be eventually removed and underline the text (Requires CSS to do so.) – Org syntax.

Nested bold and italics

(Last modified on Fri Sep 22, 2017)

This is italics, and this is bold too, and back to plain italics. This is bold, and this is italics too, and back to plain bold.

Cat A post 1

(Last modified on Fri Sep 22, 2017)

This post is in category catA and tagged meow.

Cat A and cat B

(Last modified on Fri Sep 22, 2017)

This gets both categories catA and catB.

Use Org Code markup for kbd tag

(Last modified on Fri Sep 22, 2017)

Here the Org code markup is explicitly specified to be used for <kbd> tag generation by setting EXPORT_HUGO_USE_CODE_FOR_KBD property to t. So ~C-h f~ will show up as <kbd>C-h f</kbd>. Example: Few of Emacs help keybindings: C-h f, C-h v

Don't Use Org Code markup for kbd tag

(Last modified on Fri Sep 22, 2017)

Note that to disable the “use code for kbd” option, the value portion of the property needs to be left empty instead of setting to nil! :PROPERTIES: :EXPORT_HUGO_USE_CODE_FOR_KBD: :END: Here ~C-h f~ will show up as `C-h f` in Markdown and then <code>C-h f</code> in the final Hugo generated HTML. Example: Few of Emacs help keybindings: C-h f, C-h v

Consecutive verses

(Last modified on Fri Sep 22, 2017)

Tyger Tyger, burning bright, In the forests of the night; What immortal hand or eye, Could frame thy fearful symmetry? In what distant deeps or skies. Burnt the fire of thine eyes? On what wings dare he aspire? What the hand, dare seize the fire?    – “The Tyger” by William Blake Some parts can be bold   Some can be monospace     Some can be italic too. What is this life if, full of care,

Consecutive quotes

(Last modified on Fri Sep 22, 2017)

Some text. Quote 1. This is a long quote that auto-fills into multiple lines in Org, but it will be a single paragraph in the exported format. Quote 2. This is a short quote. Quote 3. This is a multi-paragraph quote. This is the second paragraph. Some other text.


This site is generated using the ox-hugo package for Emacs/Org-mode + hugo-bare-min-theme + Hugo 0.56.0-DEV (commit 5eb33859, using Chroma commit 26f03cb) .
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