Is there a way in org-mode’s HTML export to make it so that code blocks that have
:tangle no will appear differently? Even adding a different HTML class will do, as one can then probably add some CSS to alter their appearance (e.g. grey background or whatever).
Longer version / context:
org-mode (and its
org-babel) to keep code and documentation together in a single file. Specifically, as in this question, I have
(require 'org) (org-babel-load-file (expand-file-name "~/emacs/config/init.org"))
init.org can generate both an
init.el file (for consumption by Emacs), and an
init.html file (for consumption by me, when I want to make sense of my config again). In this file, I have some sections that I don’t want to be part of
init.el (e.g. either I decided against them, or they’re simplified versions given first for understanding, before the “real” code, etc). For them, instead of something like
#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp (require 'cc-mode) #+END_SRC
#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp :tangle no (require 'cc-mode) #END_SRC
and everything works fine: the code no longer runs on startup, as it’s no longer part of the generated
init.el. However, the code still shows up in
init.html (as I want it to) when I export from the org file, but unfortunately there’s no longer any indication that this section is not going be tangled.
I imagine that in the HTML file, instead of
if I could persuade org-mode / org-babel export to add another class, then I’d know how to solve the rest.