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[Orgmode] Publishing subsections of an orgmode file (HTML)

From: Ben
Subject: [Orgmode] Publishing subsections of an orgmode file (HTML)
Date: Mon, 13 Jul 2009 14:59:54 +0100

Hello everybody

I think that's my first post here and I would like first of all to
thank you all for your amazing work.

I've a couple of questions to ask you and I must say I certainly don't
have the skills to understand in-depth answers, unfortunately, if it
involves coding or too fancy configuration but maybe there as
possibility to fix these issues pretty easily (hopefully!).

It turns out that the best way to organize my life with orgmode is to
have a couple of orgfiles (one 'work', one 'personal') and to put
everything in there: meeting reports, todo lists, notes, links,
everything really, wrapped up with Git for file revision control. And
that's brilliant, not too strict so I can directly jump where I want
to insert a new note, not too messy so I can easily find the stuff I'm
looking for.

My first question is: How can I publish a subsection of one of these
files as a webpage (and this subsection only)? I occasionally do that
manually with C-c C-e [R] export-region, which export the subsection
as a HTML page in an Emacs buffer. What I would like to do is to put a
comment in the org file subsection to set the HTML 'target' location
page such as

* Topic A
** Things to do [...] (private)
** Interesting Notes I would like to publish

I think I've seen that somewhere on a orgmode page but I can't find it
yet :< Sorry if the answer is obvious.

2/ The second thing I would eventually need would be a 'automatic'
menu and bread crumbs generation system.
I appreciate the fact that this has been discussed in this thread:
I would like to know if there is anything new in this area! :)

thank you again for your help,

 -- Ben

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