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Re: [O] Tuning the layout of published html

From: Eric Abrahamsen
Subject: Re: [O] Tuning the layout of published html
Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2016 14:33:09 -0400
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Robert Klein <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi,
> Jarmo Hurri <address@hidden> wrote:
>> I am writing teaching material (for programming) using Org. All the
>> material (text, figures, code, program outputs) are written using Org
>> and Babel-supported languages. Publishing to html works just fine.
>> What I would like to do, however, is to add some layout structure to
>> the produced html.
>> More specifically, I would like to add, on all pages, a navigation bar
>> on the left-hand side and a title bar with no functionality on the top
>> of each page.
>> What options do I have to accomplish this? Searches led me to "derived
>> backends," but they sound like an overkill for a task that is this
>> simple. Or?
> You can use the preamble and postamble features for this.


> A lot depends on the CSS.  I'm dumping one here, not a very good one...

FWIW, this seems like a perfect place to use flexboxes, where the actual
location of the elements in the document matters a bit less...

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