Publishing options

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If an Orson project is published as a web resource, selected parts of the notebook’s content can be made browsable for visitors, with read-only permissions.

In this way, a notebook can easily be used as the basis of a website or section of a website. This holds true both for ‘live’ projects, where content is updated on an ongoing basis, and for completed projects, where Orson serves as a means of sharing retrospective documentation.

The site layout can be customised for visitors, so that for example, the sidebars are on the left, titles of tabs are customised, certain theme settings apply, or only the list of pages is displayed. This gives site authors control over the presentation as well as the sharing of their content.