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A command line utility to create a multipage static website from a Ulysses HTML export
npm install bloom-cli -gto install
bloom-cliglobally, letting you
bloomfrom wherever you are.
bloomin your terminal.
index-bloomedfolder into your favorite FTP program. Either way,
bloom-cliwill pop open a local index page for you to peruse.
Take advantage of Ulysses' styles marketplace. Any of the downloaded HTML styles from http://styles.ulyssesapp.com/ will be integrated into your bloomed project, provided you chose a style when exporting HTML and used the Full Page option.
If you have a folder called
images in the same location as your export location (make one) and then inside that a file called
cover.jpg the image will be sucked into your project and show up on your index page after you
bloom. Va va voom.
###Exclude some sheets
In Ulysses, just add the
% symbol in the title of any of your sheets. These files will be created but excluded from the index file, so they won't show on the list. I chose a
% symbol because it means "unfinished" to me.
###Show word counts? Alphabetize links on index page?
Some of the questions the program will ask you is if you'd like to show words next to the links on the index page, or if you'd like those links alphabetized. Say y if yeah, default is nah.
###FTP upload included
Now bloom-cli will ask you if you want your project uploaded, and will ask you for FTP credentials.
###I don't want to upload through the CLI
Open up FileZilla (or whatever FTP program people are using these days) and make a folder on your server to copy the files from
index-bloomed into. Then navigate there in your browser. Voila: a website made from your Ulysses stack.