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Is there some way to do this currently? The only thing I see is the --css option that copies the CSS to the current directory. I know it's very anti-css philosophy to stick everything into the HTML inline but in some cases you'd just like a single portable HTML file that you can email without the extra baggage.
You can use the #Native environment to include css in the html output.
If you mean by sticking a file inline, to take an existing css file and to include it in the output. You can use:
#WITH file=name.css: Native
to insert the file but you still have to figure out a way to insert the appropriate html tags before and after the css.
I think something like this should do:
#Native type=pre slot=css <<-
#WITH file=name.css: Native type=pre slot=css
#Native type=pre slot=css <<-
You can define the position where to insert the css file by setting the type and slot arguments. See: http://deplate.sourceforge.net/Internals.html
Aah... thanks! :)
Not to be a pain (since you went out of your way to help), but just as a constructive suggestion: this seems a little inflexible and troublesome... it may be quite useful to have an option in the command line to imbed the files in a future version? Right now you'll have to do this for a number of CSS files which can get quite long. Also, if this is made as a module or output formatter, you can then just include the CSS as per normal in the markup, but switch to having it embedded if you want a single file or keep it as separate CSS files as per well umm... standard CSS :) Not sure if something like this is widely useful but I'd find it personally very useful.
Just a by the by, are there many users of Deplate out there professionally? Because it is really a VERY powerful tool, with a zillion more possibilities than markdown or multi-markdown, though MMD seems to have been adopted a lot more commonly throughout the web.
> it may be quite useful to have an option in the command
> line to imbed the files in a future version?
If you're willing to test the cvs version, there is no a cssInclude
(BOOLEAN) variable/parameter/option that is supposed to include the CSS
files in the output file. I ran only a few test.
> Right now you'll have to do
> this for a number of CSS files which can get quite long
It would have been possible to use #Foreach, I guess, but then there
would have still been the link rel="stylesheet" tags in the header.
> Not sure if something like this is widely useful
It would be even more useful if there were a standard way to include
> the by, are there many users of Deplate out there professionally?
Markdown has the advantage of converters in different programming
languages. It seems though that there are diverging efforts to extend
markdown. I didn't know of multi-markdown yet. Somebody recently
informed me about maruku (I'm not sure how its reinterpretation of
markdown relates to MMD) and pandoc which seem both interesting too.
reStructuredText is also widely used. I personally find this quite
interesting, although I personally don't like the markdown markup too
much. Things like the use of single asterisks and underscores, lists
starting at column 1, inconsistent use of backslashes to escape
characters, context-dependent translations of certain characters that
could be HTML or not, IMHO provoke ambuiguities.
Great, thanks! :) Will give it a try when I get a chance.
As for embedding images, does a "data://" url work? Or I guess it might not be widely supported enough.
Okay, looks like this is supported by every major browser out there minus IE (surprise, surprise), which I guess means a no go :/