Using the Org-mode Fill-In-Blank exporter (ox-*)

Table of Contents

Org Mode support for Exporter Name

Introduction

  • Brief description of backend (e.g. What is the native backend used for?
  • Range of typical uses within Org Mode.

Requirements and Setup

  • Installation and configuration of language software
  • Emacs configuration (require('ox-*))
  • Org-mode configuration (#+options: variables, file-keywords/variables, etc.)

Org-mode features and usage of export backend

Fill in this section with specifics about how to accomplish typical goals when using this backend. For example:

  • Explanation of exporter sub-options (what appears upon C-c C-e)
  • Use case options and tweaking explanation
    • Sizing/positioning images
    • Inserting links
    • Fontification (e.g. word, word, word, sub/superscript, etc.)
    • Page breaking
    • Inserting white space (e.g. \vspace{Xcm}, <br />, etc.)
    • Formatting tables
    • Styles, for example accessing css functionality or setting \usepackage[options]{package}
  • Other #+attr_backend options of interest
  • Converting output format to some other format (if applicable)

Usage examples

  • Sample document: ideally, this would be a reproducible sample document of some sort that displays a wide range of functionality.
  • Specific walkthrough of what the options in the sample document are doing, if not clearly laid out above.
  • Specific example of fine tuning some aspect of the output (placing an image here vs. there, how to control text wrap, etc.).

References

  • Links to tutorials and other resources.
  • Link to the ox-*.el file itself

Documentation from the http://orgmode.org/worg/ website (either in its HTML format or in its Org format) is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License version 1.3 or later. The code examples and css stylesheets are licensed under the GNU General Public License v3 or later.