|The Org Mode 7 Reference Manual
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12.5.1 HTML export commands
- C-c C-e h
Export as HTML file ‘myfile.html’. For an Org file ‘myfile.org’,
the ASCII file will be ‘myfile.html’. The file will be overwritten
without warning. If there is an active region,(108) only the region will be
exported. If the selected region is a single tree,(109) the tree head will become the document
title. If the tree head entry has, or inherits, an
EXPORT_FILE_NAMEproperty, that name will be used for the export.
- C-c C-e b
- Export as HTML file and immediately open it with a browser.
- C-c C-e H
- Export to a temporary buffer. Do not create a file.
- C-c C-e R
- Export the active region to a temporary buffer. With a prefix argument, do not produce the file header and footer, but just the plain HTML section for the region. This is good for cut-and-paste operations.
- C-c C-e v h
- C-c C-e v b
- C-c C-e v H
- C-c C-e v R
- Export only the visible part of the document.
- M-x org-export-region-as-html
- Convert the region to HTML under the assumption that it was Org-mode syntax before. This is a global command that can be invoked in any buffer.
- M-x org-replace-region-by-HTML
- Replace the active region (assumed to be in Org-mode syntax) by HTML code.
In the exported version, the first 3 outline levels will become headlines, defining a general document structure. Additional levels will be exported as itemized lists. If you want that transition to occur at a different level, specify it with a numeric prefix argument. For example,
C-2 C-c C-e b
creates two levels of headings and does the rest as items.
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