Technology / Software /
16 Jul 2022
Obsidian HTML Export Options
Some notes on how to export notes from Obsidian to a website.
- obsidian-zola on GitHub Seems very closely tied to the Netlify platform, which I’ve never used before. It looks interesting – the selling point seems to be the ability to deploy web sites and apps direct to hosted infrastructure via Git. Pretty crafty. They have a decent-looking free tier, but then it jumps immediately to $20/month.
I think we’ll leave this one off. If I’m going to pay $20/mo., I might as well either get a nice VPS and do it myself on my own machine, or pay for a totally managed solution like the ‘official’ Obsidian Sync / Obsidian Publish features.
This looks like it might be worth considering. I’ve never messed around with anything in Rust before, though.
[[2022-07-18 Obsidian MkDocs Notes|I spent a day or so playing with MkDocs and Obsidian]]; it worked pretty well, but not perfectly. There were a couple things that MkDocs just doesn’t let you alter, and it’s not quite what I want.
My initial reaction was: “This seems like the easiest route to a decent-looking website, aside from just paying the Obsidian folks for their built-in sync and publish features…”
|Described as “A fast and lightweight site for viewing files”, I guess we’ll figure out what’s behind Door Number 2: [[2022-07-29 Obsidian PineDocs||Exporting to PineDocs from Obsidian]].|