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Re: [O] extra paragraph in image export?

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] extra paragraph in image export?
Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2017 14:18:47 +0100
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Matt Price <address@hidden> writes:

> with org-html-html5-fancy is non-nil, images are exported with something
> like this code:
> <figure>
> <p><img src="https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/proof_2x.png"; alt="proof_2x.png"
> class="fragment (appear) visible current-fragment"
> data-fragment-index="0"></p>
> </figure>
> At least in ox-reveal, this makes it quite difficult to address images
> separately from text (e.g., to set the text-align property appropriately.
> You can try this if you have ox-reveal installed with any simple image:
> ----------
> * Test
> [[https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/proof_2x.png]]
> --------
> At least on my machine, the image won't be centered in the resultant slide,
> and it will be hard to construct CSS to fix the issue.
> Is there a strong reason to include the <p> tag? I've removed it from
> org-html--wrap-image and haven't noticed any ill effects so far, but
> haven't done much testing.

I'm not well-versed enough in HTML to answer this, but, from Org POV,
there should be a difference between

  A paragraph

  #+caption: foo

  Another paragraph


  A paragraph with an [[inline-image.png]] and some text following.

Would removing the <p> tag blur the difference between the two examples
above ?


Nicolas Goaziou

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