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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 Mar 05, 2020 14:18 UTC.


This page was created/modified in commit f0dd0e2 "Support image copying for the homepage branch bundle case" on 2018-04-23.
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Meeting 1

(Last modified on Mon Jun 3, 2019)

ox-hugo Issue #272 Notes My notes

Details and summary

(Last modified on Mon Apr 29, 2019)

Details disclosure elements <details> and <summary>.

Alert Shortcode Lookalike

(Last modified on Mon Apr 29, 2019)

ox-hugo Issue #119 Below doesn’t export to an alert shortcode, but the exported Markdown contains HTML that resembles the shortcode code (Courtesy: hugo-academic theme): <div class="alert alert-{{ .Get 0 }}"> {{ .Inner }} </div> There are few days to mimic that. CSS Source for alert CSS Note 1 The ox-hugo test site is not using FontAwesome, so using the unicode symbols 🛈 and ⚠ instead. Note 2 Also, due to the limitation that Markdown text cannot be simply wrapped in div, a hack is used, that requires using an empty div pair.

Single Post with TOML front matter

(Last modified on Mon Apr 29, 2019)

Some description for this post.

Post heading with crazy characters

(Last modified on Mon Apr 29, 2019)

Releasing version 1.1 Foo ( Bar ) Baz (Foo)Bar.Baz&Zoo . → dot & → and C++ + → plus Hey! I have a link here (Awesome!) Este título es en español Non-English titles ÂÊÎÔÛ ÁÉÍÓÚÝ ÀÈÌÒÙ ÄËÏÖÜ ÃÐÑÕÞ Ç Headings with HTML Checklist [1⁄3] Above title would render to Checklist <code>[1/3]</code> in Markdown. DONE Item 1 Above would render to <span class="todo DONE_">DONE </span> Item 1 in Markdown.

Replace "description" with "summary"

(Last modified on Mon Apr 15, 2019)

This should be rendered as .Summary in Hugo v0.55+. For only Hugo versions, this will front-matter can be retrieved only as .Params.summary.

post 1

(Last modified on Mon Mar 18, 2019)

This post will be exported.

Multifractals in ecology using R

(Last modified on Thu Feb 7, 2019)

Disclaimer This post is from the link posted by GitHub user lsaravia in this comment. All credit for this post goes to the original author. Multifractals Many natural systems cannot be characterized by a single number such as the fractal dimension. Instead an infinite spectrum of dimensions must be introduced. Multifractal definition Consider a given object \(\Omega\), its multifractal nature is practically determined by covering the system with a set of boxes \(\{B_i( r)\}\) with \((i=1,…, N( r))\) of side length \(r\) These boxes are nonoverlaping and such that

Suppress lastmod non-zero, but date unset

(Last modified on Wed Jan 23, 2019)

Ensure that nil value of parsed DATE is also handled in the “suppress lastmod” logic.

Inheriting tags

(Last modified on Wed Jan 23, 2019)

If user specifies tags to the post subtree headline, those tags get added to the set of default tags set in #+filetags (and the ones inherited). For the inheritance of tags from parent headlines and #+filetags to work, org-use-tag-inheritance needs to be set appropriately if changed from the default value of t. These tags are collected together and assigned to the Hugo tags front matter variable for this post. When setting categories via Org-style tags, prefix the tags with “@”.


This site is generated using the ox-hugo package for Emacs/Org-mode + hugo-bare-min-theme + Hugo 0.59.0-DEV (commit 5276f1e9, using Chroma commit 26f03cb) .
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