Org Mode Bookmarks

Table of Contents


1. Websites in Org Mode

1.1. List of Websites

List of websites written and published using Org Mode:

1.2. Meta lists

1.3. Reusable Assets

  • org-css a nice looking CSS style for exported documents
  • org-html-themes has various CSS themes, among which “Read The Org”, which mimics “Read the docs” and can be used for generating a documentation website.

1.4. Templating Languages

Templating language to intermix Emacs lisp and HTML markup:

1.5. Publishing Tutorials

1.6. Static Website Generators written in Emacs Lisp

  • Weblorg looks very interesting and is based on the concept of pipelines: each pipeline specify how to transform a group of files. Templatel templates can be used for rendering.

1.7. Other Possibilities

If you prefer a more “conventional” approach, you can use any of the following:

  • Jekyll with the Jekyll Org plugin takes Org Mode files as input
  • Hugo, which supports Org Mode natively
  • Firn, written in Clojure, generates a static site from org-mode files

I never tried

2. Beamer and Org Mode

2.1. Authoring Beamer presentations in Org Mode

2.2. Beamer documentation

2.3. Customizing Beamer Presentations

3. Org Mode Customization

3.1. Improving Look

  • Hugo Cisneros posted his Emacs configuration, which includes many tunings to the display of Org Mode Agendas and files. There is a nice and simple example to sync with Nextcloud, using org-caldav.