HTML import and export

When you export a file to an HTML document, the description and the user-defined file properties are included as META tags between the HEAD tags of the exported document. META tags are not displayed in a Web browser, and are used to include information, such as keywords for search engines on your Web page. To set the properties of the current document, choose File - Properties, click the Description or Custom Properties tabs, and then type the information you want.

निम्न फ़ाइल गुणों को मेटा टैग्स के रूप में परिवर्तित कर दिया जाएगा जब आप फ़ाइल को एचटीएमएल दस्तावेज़ के रूप में निर्यात करते हैं.

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Custom Properties

<META NAME="Custom field name" CONTENT="Custom field content">


When you import an HTML containing these META tags, the contents of the tags are added to the corresponding LibreOffice file property box.


Keywords must be separated by commas. A keyword can contain white space characters or semicolons.

युक्तियाँ आयात

When you import an HTML document, following META tags are automatically converted to LibreOffice fields: <META HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH"...> and <META NAME="..." ...> , where NAME equals to AUTHOR, CREATED, CHANGED, CHANGEDBY, DESCRIPTION, KEYWORDS or CLASSIFICATION.

स्क्रिप्ट, टिप्पणियाँ तथा मेटा (META) टैग्स जिन्हें सीधे ही तालिका (TABLE) टैग के पहले रखा जाता है वे तालिका के प्रथम कक्ष में प्रविष्ट होते हैं.

एचटीएमएल दस्तावेज़ के हेडर में स्क्रिप्ट तथा मेटा टैग्स दस्तावेज के प्रथम अनुच्छेद में आयात किए जाते हैं व वहीं एंकर किए जाते हैं.

To set the options for importing HTML tags, choose - Load/Save - HTML Compatibility. A known META tag contains either "HTTP-EQUIV" or "NAME", and are imported as LibreOffice comments. The only exception is <META NAME="GENERATOR"...>, which is ignored.

युक्तियाँ निर्यात

Comments and script fields at the beginning of the first paragraph in a document are exported to the header of an HTML document. If the document begins with a table, the first paragraph in the first cell of the table is exported to the header of the HTML document.

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