Hi there, may I ask how I can export my notes at Joplin into single HTML files (with png or jpg embedded within) rather than HTML files whose such resources are located separately in the "_resources" directory?
If that is not possible by default, is there a way for me to change these files into the single HTML files that I need? Many thanks.
(Using Windows 10, Joplin 1.7.11)
an image is a file never embedded in a html file. An image is an independent binary object, referenced by its path within the html code.
The little I know let me think that only an SVG file encoded in the html file allows what you want.
You can embed images in an img tag with
<img src="data:image/jpeg;base64,...> but I have never used this option.
Hi betternote and Jack, thanks for your replies. Is there a way for me to batch-convert thousands of html files whose images are stored externally into base64 html files? Thanks again.
Thank you @JackGruber
The first step is to convert the image to base 64. Not easy.
I discovered that there are binary to text converters online, but also in MacOS, so probably in Linux too.
Command line: man base64
picture.png -o ~/Desktop/myfile.txt
NB : the output file is huge.
For me, the Windows are closed
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