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[Orgmode] Include mechanism for web publishing

From: Israel Herraiz
Subject: [Orgmode] Include mechanism for web publishing
Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2009 00:38:04 +0200
User-agent: Sup/git

Hi all,

I use org-mode for web publishing. My web contains four pages that
share a common (HTML) header, with some links to the different
sections of the web and other stuff.

At some point, I decided to include a common raw HTML in every
page. This raw HTML is Javascript stuff for visits counting using
Google Analytics.

That file is included in every page right after the title, using
#+INCLUDE header/header.org.

Everything was working fine when I had just links, but now that I have
included the #+BEGIN_HTML stuff, it is escaped when exporting
everything to HTML, and instead of my raw HTML in the output files I
get a line starting by ",#+BEGIN..." (properly written and escaped in
HTML; notice the initial comma).

I though of #+INCLUDE as a sort of C's #include, i.e. it just copies
the text of the included file in the line where #+INCLUDE is. However
this seems not to be the case.

I have found in the list a discussion about how to insert source code
in HTML outputs, without inserting the initial commas, which confirms
that included org files are escaped when exporting to HTML:


I have also found this approach to include files approach, that I have
tried without success: nothing is shown in the HTML output (see second
message in the thread):


Is there any way to do a plain (no escape) import of org files?


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