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Re: [O] switch off validate - how?

From: Amin Bandali
Subject: Re: [O] switch off validate - how?
Date: Mon, 20 May 2019 20:18:46 -0400
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Nick Dokos <address@hidden> writes:


> You can't [fn:1]  set `org-html-validation-link' to nil because the defcustom
> specifies a string.
> Redefining the postamble format  is indeed a good solution, probably the
> best solution currently available. `org-html-validation-link' should probably
> only be used to point to a different validation engine, not to get rid of
> validation altogether.
> * Footnotes
> [fn:1] At least through `customize' or `set-variable' - `setq' will of course
>        let you do anything you want.

Thanks for point that out!  I think I agree with your described use-case
for `org-html-validation-link'.

Colin Baxter <address@hidden> writes:

> Dear Amin,


> I've set the variable `org-html-validation-link' to "" as a local
> variable on a per file basis. However, where I have customised a
> multi-line variable is for `org-html-footnotes-section'. I removed the
> default setting of a colon after `Footnotes'. This always struck me as
> odd, a house-style too far almost, since other headings do not end with
> a punctuation mark.

Makes sense.  I too often find the colon after “Footnotes” inconsistent
and distracting.

> Thanks for your help.
> Best wishes,

Cheers, Colin.


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