From: Uriel Avalos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Apply custom CSS class to headings in HTML export?
Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2011 18:46:45 -0400 [thread overview]
Message-ID: <email@example.com> (raw)
Suppose that you export the following document to HTML:
* Heading 1
** Heading 2
The HTML structure is pretty much the following:
h2 Heading 1
h3 Heading 2
Is there a way to apply a custom CSS class to the:
1. containing div (outline-2)?
2. heading itself (h2)?
3. text inside of the heading (outline-3)?
Why? Suppose you have the following document
* Heading 1
* Heading 2
You need to apply a different style to the Resources and
Quizzes. Unfortunately, these don't always appear in an
outline and they don't always appear in the same order. It
is infinitely easier to use a custom CSS class with each
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2011-03-31 22:46 Uriel Avalos [this message]
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2011-03-31 23:27 ` Apply custom CSS class to headings in HTML export? Juan Pechiar
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