[IPython-dev] No code in the exported HTML

Matthias BUSSONNIER bussonniermatthias at gmail.com
Mon Jul 22 02:39:14 EDT 2013

Hi Lee, 

IPython 1.0.alpha has beed released a few hours ago, 
This means that you can try it and report bug if you wish, but be carefull, it is still an alpha. 

there are not a lot of doc available for now in nbconvert, but what I would suggest is to write a
simple template that inherit full_html and overwrite the "block input" to be empty, like so

{%- extends 'fullhtml.tpl' -%}

{% block input %}
{%- endblock input %}

You should be able to use the 2 following option to tell nbconvert to use your template


I'm not sure there is a CL flag to tell nbconvert where to search theses templates, so you might ave to put your template in IPython installation directory for now or use the Programatic API. 

Le 21 juil. 2013 à 22:37, Lee Chaplin a écrit :

> Hi all,
> I am a bit lost here, any help will be very appreciated.
> I would like to save a static HTML page from an IPy Notebook containing no code, and no "In [1]:" or "Out [1]:" divs.
> In other words, I would like that the resulted page to contain no traces of python/ipython code, so leaving only the comments, texts, images, latex in place.
> I reckon one option would be to eliminate by hand the HTML divs that contain the code - or by XSLT. The second option seems be to use nbconvert - and I don't know yet how to use it.
> Any idea what is the simplest/straight forward way to achieve this?
> Thank you,
> Lee
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