Logs for #nikola for 2019-11-24

11:35:39 <KwBot> [nikola] laodzu opened issue #3319: Named block 'extra_header' not allowed inside of def 'html_header' https://github.com/getnikola/nikola/issues/3319
20:44:15 <BadCylon> Hello all
20:44:25 <ChrisWarrick> BadCylon:  hello
20:45:56 <BadCylon> I am thinking about using Nikola for a data-science blog (e.g. converting jupyterlab) and had two questions. First, is there a built-in way to collapse pages beyond a certain length. I always liked it when long-pages don't completely load (especially if there are tons of comments) but not sure if that is something a static page can do.
20:47:41 <BadCylon> Secondly, pelican has the ability to load jupyter metadata directly from the first markdown cell. This seems a bit more convenient than adding a metadata entry in the file and adding the meta-data. Does this exist for nikola? I suppose I could write a script to automate the process but I want to make posting jupyter notebook as streamlined as
20:47:41 <BadCylon> possible
20:47:42 <ChrisWarrick> BadCylon: You could try doing this via CSS/JS, either by setting max-width (does not save bandwidth), or by building out stuff to serve the remaining content (can break jupyter, does not work if someone disables JS)
20:48:44 <ChrisWarrick> BadCylon: the metadata thing is not supported, create an issue on github, or maybe a PR
20:52:07 <BadCylon> Thank you for the quick response.
21:03:01 <ChrisWarrick> you’re welcome