Embedded style not being rendered in java

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Embedded style not being rendered in java

jasjeetkaur
Hi,

So I have a .adoc document, that I am rendering as html using java APIs. But the styling is not getting rendered. I have tried using :linkcss: as well as the following.

:stylesdir: mystylesheets/
:stylesheet: mystyles.css

But still there is no styling in my rendered page.

My code is as follows: Attributes attributes = new Attributes();
       
        Options options = new Options();
        options.setAttributes(attributes);
        options.setInPlace(true);

        router.get("/readme.html").handler( ctx -> {
            String html = asciidoctor.convert(
                    getDocFileContent(),
                    options);
            ctx.response().end(html);
        });


I am using a sample readme.adoc file, the content is getting loaded, but the default embedded styling is not rendered. Can somebody please help  me regarding this.

My sample.adoc file:

== Base Verticle

This document is a reference guide for using the Base verticle as well as the utilities provided by it.

[cols="2,1,4",options="header"]
|===
| Property | Required| Description
|PROPERTY1
|Yes
|random remarks

|PROPERTY2
|No
|random1 remarks

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Re: Embedded style not being rendered in java

mojavelinux
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You need to set the safe mode to "safe". When using the API, the default mode is "secure", which disables many features.


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On Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 2:35 AM, jasjeetkaur [via Asciidoctor :: Discussion] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

So I have a .adoc document, that I am rendering as html using java APIs. But the styling is not getting rendered. I have tried using :linkcss: as well as the following.

:stylesdir: mystylesheets/
:stylesheet: mystyles.css

But still there is no styling in my rendered page.

My code is as follows: Attributes attributes = new Attributes();
       
        Options options = new Options();
        options.setAttributes(attributes);
        options.setInPlace(true);

        router.get("/readme.html").handler( ctx -> {
            String html = asciidoctor.convert(
                    getDocFileContent(),
                    options);
            ctx.response().end(html);
        });


I am using a sample readme.adoc file, the content is getting loaded, but the default embedded styling is not rendered. Can somebody please help  me regarding this.

My sample.adoc file:

== Base Verticle

This document is a reference guide for using the Base verticle as well as the utilities provided by it.

[cols="2,1,4",options="header"]
|===
| Property | Required| Description
|PROPERTY1
|Yes
|random remarks

|PROPERTY2
|No
|random1 remarks




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Re: Embedded style not being rendered in java

jasjeetkaur
I have done that.
options.setSafe(SafeMode.SAFE);

Also, the problem is only with asciidoctor.convert(...) api. If I use the convertFile variant of the api, the style is rendered by default. But I need convert api as I in my logic, passing the file would negate the purpose of my utility.

Thanks
Jasjeet Kaur
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