You can embed files, using
![[..]] - a syntax inspired by Obsidian. The HTML can be fully customized for each embed types.
Note that the embed wiki-link syntax must appear on a paragraph of its own, with no other text added next to it. 1 Recursive embeds are supported.
Embedding a note will simply inline it. For example, using
![[start]] displays the following:
Follow these steps to get started with Emanote.
- Install Emanote
- Use your existing notebook, or create one from emanote-template 1 .
emanote run --port=8080(or just
emanote) in terminal after
cd’ing to that notebook folder; this will launch the live server.
Or, if you only want to generate the HTML files (for deployment), run
mkdir /tmp/output; emanote gen /tmp/output.
- Or, if you only want to generate the HTML files (for deployment), run
- Visit Guide to learn more about Emanote, or Examples to get inspired first. 2
Embedding of File WikiLinks, as indicated in the aforementioned Obsidian help page, will eventually be supported; for now, certain file types already work.
See https://github.com/srid/emanote/issues/24 for progress.
It is also posible to add images inline (example, here’s the site favicon: ) say in the middle of a paragraph.
The following is the result of using
![[death-note.mp4]] (note that
!(death-note.mp4) also works).
PDFs can be embedded using the same syntax. The following is the result of using
![[git-cheat-sheet-education.pdf]] (note that
!(git-cheat-sheet-education.pdf) also works):