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Export your content to markdown

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  • #1742
    ajeet

    Hi,

    I have been looking for a way to export my published content using publii to markdown, each article gets a separate folder with images in a it. I have found a solution for this:

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    2. Watch this demo video I have created. https://www.loom.com/share/29ec37b7cae44fb88709dcd508a36231

    If you are using any only tool, pls let me know. It would be better to use an online tool instead of installing a software( though I am using this INK software for content optimization as well) . Thanks

     

     

    #1743
    marc_io

    Hi @ajeet, thanks for sharing this solution.

    You can also use Clipboark2Markdown to convert each post separately without downloading anything.

    #1744
    ajeet

    Thank you Mark. I know about this tool, the only problem with this is that I cannot export images to a separate folder for a particular web page.

     

    But thanks so much again πŸ™‚

    #1745
    marc_io

    Oh, I see. Have you tried Pandoc? I haven’t tested it in this case, but it is quite powerful.

    #1746
    ajeet

    Yes, but I did not get the “Convert From” option.

    What should I select from the drop-down to convert published post to markdown ?

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    #1749
    marc_io

    What should I select from the drop-down to convert published post to markdown ?

    You should add the HTML source code from your posts.

    But this is just Pandoc’s online demo, it’s not very different from Clipboard2markdown I mentioned before.

    To convert all posts at once you will need to install it on your computer.

    Take a look here

    #1750
    marc_io

    For Windows, you can use a .bat file to convert from a list of HTML files, like this one.

    If using a Mac or Linux, there’s a shell script that can do the same.

    #1751
    ajeet

    Thank you πŸ™‚

     

    I will go through this blog post

    #1752
    ajeet

    For Windows, you can use a .bat file to convert from a list of HTML files, like this one.

    If using a Mac or Linux, there’s a shell script that can do the same.

    Thank you Marc. That is helpful πŸ™‚

    #1764
    ajeet

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