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HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the principal markup language used for structuring web pages and formatting content. The most recent revision to the HTML specification is HTML5.

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If I have the following line in an org-mode file @@html:<section>@@ If I export to HTML, it becomes: <p> <section><br> </p> This applies the CSS I have for my <p tags around the <section> tag … , resulting in a lot of unwanted padding. If I use the following: #+begin_export html <section> #+end_export I get the tag without the <p> tags, but that's three lines of text just for a single tag …
asked Apr 1 by dwrz
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Looks like #+HTML: <section> does the trick. It adds the <section> without wrapping it in <p> tags. …
answered Apr 1 by dwrz