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Org-Mode can now handle citations through #+bibliography: biblio.bib and org-cite-insert. For example, [cite:@ref1; @ref2] in an org file, will show @ref1 and @ref2 short content contained in biblio.bib, in the exported HTML file.

How can I make a bibliography headline showing @ref1 and @ref2 extended content, or the whole content of biblio.bib in the exported HTML?

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  • Making a bibliography showing @ref1 and @ref2:
#+bibliography: biblio.bib
* Content
  Example[cite:@ref1; @ref2]
* Bibliography
#+print_bibliography:
  • Making a bibliography showing the whole content of biblio.bib:
#+bibliography: biblio.bib
* Content
  Example
* Bibliography
  [cite/n:@ref1; @ref2; @ref3; ...;@refN] 
#+print_bibliography:

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  • Is there no shortcut in the second case? Something like [cite: @*] would be convenient (and there is precedent with LatTeX's \nocite{*}) - maybe an RFE on the mailing list? BTW, what does cite/n do?
    – NickD
    May 20 at 0:25
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    /n is for nocite. I found the explanation here : blog.tecosaur.com/tmio/2021-07-31-citations.html#cite-styles
    – crocefisso
    May 20 at 1:47
  • If a shortcut exists (like [cite/n:@*]) I didn't find it...
    – crocefisso
    May 20 at 1:52
  • Thanks for the link!
    – NickD
    May 20 at 1:57
  • You could insert LaTeX nocite{*}, then export to LaTeX, then pandoc TeX -> HTML.
    – mankoff
    May 20 at 17:51

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