version of your text. Recognize that this image will necessarily be the content at its initial start-up. Get a screenshot manually if you want something better.
Note that for all this to work, you need to properly serve your project’s HTML
output with the interactive content. (A local server may be a possibility, but we have not tried. See Section 5.11
. Or you can try a temporary public server, see Section 5.12
). Then you need to announce the location of this hosted HTML
, which is accomplished via a “base URL” in a publication file. Start at Subsection 29.1.4
for details on this publisher variable. Note that the chunk level in your publication file used in this process must
match the chunk level used when you build your HTML
output, and mismatches for other publisher variables could have some ill effects.
The automatic screenshots will then be managed by the Python
package, which you will need to have installed in your Python virtual environment (see Section C.3