I’d like to export a notebook to standalone HTML, which could then be hosted on a website. However, although both images and files work in the exported code, links between notes don’t work. Currently, when I serve the exported files using e.g. Python’s HTTP server, or http-server from node, the links don’t point anywhere.
I would also love to see this feature implemented. I expect it would not require a ton of effort, and would massively increase joplin's accessibility by allowing export of whole notebooks into a format browsable by someone without joplin.
I would personally find this very useful, as a way of publishing my (inter-linked) lab notebook to a local website for others in my lab (who don't have joplin) to reference.
This feature would put Joplin at the top of the chart, imo.
So far, I haven't seen any wiki-building apps that can actually export to HTML and build a web wiki with, besides Joplin, but the internal links don't work right now.
Obsidian's Publish is the only other way to easily create a Wiki-type collection of notes and make them accessible online as-is without hassle. (EDIT: I found a guide that describes how to convert .md to a usable html, but requires more technical knowledge to do)
Besides Publish being expensive, this has limitations like no deeper site design. I wouldn't need to frequently update posted Wikis so I wouldn't mind the step of actually hosting a collection of pages, as long as they can link between each other without needing to re-write the articles.
I previously achieved a similar effect with vuepress/docsify exported by joplin-blog, which exports joplin's notes as hierarchical markdown notes, which are then rendered as a website via a third-party framework. refer to:
The latest I am creating is mami, which is no longer limited to joplin export by design, but connects multiple markdown-based note-taking, blog or wiki tools, already supports exporting to joplin => hugo/hexo/obsidian, but obsidian => joplin currently Still in progress, reference: