Sorry for my delay ^^
“- You write some articles in Org mode and would like to publish a website
and Some of the articles are on a work of literature, for which you would like to include links to its author(s)”
Yes, I write some kind of articles in org mode WITH Org roam. I note for example important people, with a description + what they did. Then I’m interested in other things, like this book. Then I make a description of the book and I can very well link it with this “important” person.
So I have nodes of people, books read, events during the 2nd world war etc. A little like Wikipédia.
" - The links to the author information should be published in a specific layout, probably with using a specific html tag or css class"
Almost right ^^. I don’t care about aesthetics at the moment. I just want to be able to, like in a normal link, click on it and go to a node. And not see [[id:6464565465464][Someoneimportant]] after the export.
But your idea is in my plans
“Something like this?”
In the final idea, I would like to “have my own wikipedia”, exactly like this:
I looked at his Github repository, and indeed he publishes with ox-hugo and converts all his files to markdown with a script, which is really cool. I know the theory, but the practice is still hard for me…
By the way, I hope there will be a good tutorial for this, or even a function integrated directly into Org-Roam: that would be fantastic. If you have ones ^^.
“So… Why do you need the link to the author to be Org-ID based? Is this because you want to use Org-roam? Why don’t you just write your articles in other formats, such as markdown or directly in html? Or use some static site generator such as Hugo that can parse Org — there are other posts on Hugo and publishing in this forum if you search.”
The previous paragraph answers your question ^^
To summarize: I would like to export my Org-roam database which uses nodes, these nodes having IDs (logical) but also other, like for example “Author” or “Date_of_publication”.
Moreover, in these properties, there are links to other nodes, such as authors. However, when exporting, the link that is in html or md is not the right one, but only displays [[id:oneID][OneAuthor]], and not a clickable link to the node of this person in my database.
Hoping to be clearer now, and thanks again for your answers.