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HTML format #1797

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Jerryzhuht opened this Issue Aug 8, 2017 · 6 comments

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Jerryzhuht commented Aug 8, 2017

Hi. Under the new release, there's still a minor problem of the HTML formatting. When rendering from Jupyter to HTML, there's an extra ending tag </div> in the tag of container which contains hv.extension('Bokeh'). The outcome would be the rest of content cannot be inside the container.
Just a minor one.
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jlstevens commented Aug 8, 2017

Are you using version 1.8.2 which was released Friday last week?

Here is what I am currently seeing:

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I recently removed the divs to fix HTML export (see #1769) so I think if you upgrade using:

conda install -c conda-forge holoviews

it should work properly. Note, you can also pip install if you wish.

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Jerryzhuht commented Aug 8, 2017

@jlstevens Thanks for your reply.
I already updated to the latest 1.8.2. It looks nice in Jupyter notebook, but when using File -- Download as --HTML(.html), the problems shows up in the html file(text outside container).
I believe using nbconvert gives the same outcome.

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jlstevens commented Aug 8, 2017

Nightmare! I thought I had fixed this. :-(

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jlstevens commented Aug 8, 2017

Ah, I just verified this is only an issue when logo=False so it isn't as bad as I first thought! Thanks for reporting this and it shouldn't be too hard to fix in the end...

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Jerryzhuht commented Aug 8, 2017

Exactly! Thanks.

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philippjfr commented Aug 25, 2017

This was fixed and has now made it into the latest release. Closing.

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