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Re: [O] Binding org-html-head to a function?

From: Sébastien Brisard
Subject: Re: [O] Binding org-html-head to a function?
Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2015 14:22:02 +0100
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Hi Rasmus,
Hi Sébastien,

Sébastien Brisard <address@hidden> writes:

>/  my blog (sbrisard.github.io) is entirely written with/
>/  org-mode./

Looks pretty.

>/  Org-mode offers everything I need, except for one minor/
>/  detail. It is very difficult to include the same CSS file in the/
>/  html-head of several files located at various levels of the directory/
>/  hierarchy./
>/  I do not really like this trick/
>/  http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/org-publish-html-tutorial.html#sec-6./
>/  For/
>/  the time being, I configured several projects (one for each level),/
>/  seehttps://github.com/sbrisard/blog/blob/master/sb-blog.el. But I am/
>/  not happy with this solution either./
>/  I think that it would be great if org-html-head and/
>/  org-html-head-extra behaved as org-html-preamble and/
>/  org-html-postamble, which can be set to either a string, or a/
>/  function. This offers great flexibility for the configuration of the/
>/  pre/postamble (I use it to conditionnaly include DISQUS comments in/
>/  the postamble)./
>/  Would it be possible to mimick the same behavior with org-html-head/
>/  and org-html-head-extra? Or would this be too much work?/

You could use macros:

#+MACRO: my-style (eval (concat "#+HTML_HEAD_EXTRA: " (if t "<style></>"

But for this problem you could just the absolute path to the CSS:
     http://my.url/theme.css, I guess.

Preferably via ox-publish.
Yeah, I thought about that, but this would not be very practical, as I am still fidling around with the style sheet a lot. With this solution, I would need to commit any minor change.
Hope it helps,
I still think that having org-html-head and org-html-head-extra behave like org-html-preamble and org-html-postamble would be a great addition, which would offer a lot of flexibility (beyond the use-case listed here).

Best regards,

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