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The latest versions of emacs and ox-pandoc already provide a great output but I need to customize the HTML5 output by setting a CSS stylesheet that matches my company's templates.

How can I do that?

I tried adding:

#+PANDOC_OPTIONS: css: ./style.css

and even

#+PANDOC_OPTIONS: css: <style>h1, h2 {color: #00abff;}; </style>

but I get this:

org-babel-exp process bash at position 3277...
Wrong type argument: stringp, nil

This would make producing reports so much easier than using word documents and slides and such manually.

Thank you!

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You could place the style in an HTML block:

#+BEGIN_HTML
<style>
h1, h2 {
  color: #00abff;
}
</style>
#+END_HTML

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