In order to publish projects consisting of multiple file types I add the following to my .emacs file:
A derived export backend is what you want. Here's an example where I've created a derived backend that changes the main html template.
In org-export-define-derived-backend you provide an alist with the parts of the backend you want to override.
In my backend I only wanted to replace the top level template.
(org-export-define-derived-backend 'pd-html 'html
The :exclude property should do the trick.
I think the reason the property is not working for you is because its value should form a regular expression, whereas your example is a glob pattern.
Try using :exclude ".*/private/.*" or similar.
See also the GNU Emacs Manual node on Regular Expressions for the particularities of its syntax.
Have a look at some of the HTML-derived exporter backends, for example https://github.com/yyr/org-mode/blob/master/contrib/lisp/ox-rss.el#L114.
This uses org-export-define-derived-backend to customize how the HTML backend processes org files:
(org-export-define-derived-backend 'rss 'html
'(?r "Export to RSS"
((?R "As RSS buffer"
This was non-obvious and the scenario of single/select files wasn't mentioned in any documentation specifically, so here's my solution: (only the last two lines are relevant)
I use this method to create code examples to write How To Use org-mode documentation.
Wrap Code Blocks within a New org Code Block
Use C-c C-v d to create empty org code block then add #+NAME: and :exports code headers to code block.
#+begin_src org :exports code
Edit org block.
Important: Click ...
Images can be exported as Inline in two styles: with hyperlink or without hyperlink.
Inline With Hyperlink
Note that it is mandatory to put a prefix like file: or http: in the Description portion ([file:./image_thumbnail.png]) of the above image link; otherwise ox-html will export that as a text hyperlink ...
You misinterpreted the meaning of the first argument of org-publish-org-to.
It is the export backend and not a function. Because of the special structure of the pandoc backend replacing org-pandoc-export-to-html with 'pandoc does not work. If you do that you only get the filtered org stuff in your output files. The final translation to html is missing. (That ...
The solution I found was to write my own publishing function. The function is a wrapper around the org-latex-publish-to-pdf that also calls rename-file.
(defun publish-function-counselor-appointments (PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)
(org-latex-publish-to-pdf PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)
(rename-file "~/appointments.pdf" "~/counselor_appointments.pdf"))
It seems you can set the variable org-export-with-broken-links:
org-export-with-broken-links is a variable defined in ‘ox.el’.
Its value is t
Original value was nil
Non-nil means do not raise an error on broken links.
When this variable is non-nil, broken links are ignored, without
stopping the export process. If it is ...
Maybe you should redefine this function like this:
(defun org-wiki--org-link (path desc backend)
"Creates an html org-wiki pages when exporting to html.
Example: The hyperlink [[wiki:Linux][Dealing with Linux]]
will be exported to <a href='Linux.html'>Dealing with Linux</a>"
I am thinking about the same thing.
I think the issue is that org-reveal-export-to-html is not a defined publishing function.
There is a nice solution provided by Matt Price and it works on my system as well.
Here it is:
Define a publishing function that connects reveal to org-publish.
(defun mwp-org-reveal-publish-to-html (plist filename pub-dir)
This is going to be a long post, so bear with me. The only Emacs way I see so far is to use .dir-locals.el and keep it relatively clean so you don't have to approve evals every time you change something. Presumably you trust your repos:-) The rest is to give you an idea... from newb to newbs.
(eval . (my-mega-project-setup))
You got to ...
According to the description of (org-publish) function:
(org-publish PROJECT &optional FORCE ASYNC)
PROJECT is either a project name, as a string, or a project
alist (see `org-publish-project-alist' variable).
So I created an emacs-lisp-script following this scheme:
I have written two org-mode exporter for pelican and hexo for my self (no public release yet, just opensource on GitHub)
In your case, the best way is write a org-mode exporter based on ox-html, I don't know if anyone did it for jekyll but you can based on my org-hexo to achieved this.
The details are in the org-mode manual but I missed it. Basically you need to ensure you don't add a title. So:
#+ATTR_HTML: :alt Architectural overview :style border:none;