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Re: [O] resize multiple image within a row or paragraph

From: Christian Moe
Subject: Re: [O] resize multiple image within a row or paragraph
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2014 15:37:17 +0200
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Nicolas Goaziou writes:
> Hello,
> Christian Moe <address@hidden> writes:
>> Here's a simple CSS workaround that might or might not work well for
>> you, and won't work for non-HTML backends, but at least requires minimal
>> hacking: 
> [...]
> Good to know.
> Anyhow, does my proposal make sense?
> Regards,


Sorry, catching up on mail. Also, I misunderstood your proposal when you
wrote it -- I thought it was a suggestion for what the user could
do. But now I realize it's a proposed change to the HTML backend
itself. You wrote:

> `html' back-end can redefine what
> a paragraph is, instead of following Org's own definition. More
> explicitly, an HTML paragraph can be defined as a cluster of elements
> not separated by any blank line and containing at least an Org
> paragraph. Hence:

>   #+attr_html: :width 10%
>   [[./img1.png]]
>   Paragraph
>   #+attr_html: :width 10%
>   [[./img2.png]]

> consists of two paragraphs in Org, but would be seen as a single
> paragraph by HTML, and exported as such.

> Implementation is simple using pseudo-elements. `latex' back-ends does
> it already for tables and math snippets. However, I'm no HTML
> specialist, so there may be drawbacks I cannot foresee.

I'm no expert either. But FWIW, it does make sense to me, and seems
intuitive from an HTML-centric view, since IMG elements
in HTML are basically inline. I think users would expect to have to put
blank lines around an image if they want it wrapped in a paragraph, and
should expect to get in trouble if they did not put blank lines around a
captioned figure.


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