[racket] Injecting HTML into a scribble document?

From: Matthias Felleisen (matthias at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Thu Jun 23 13:08:14 EDT 2011

Would this help: 

#lang scribble/manual

@(require scribble/core scribble/html-properties)

@(define css-style
   (make-style "a bunch of things"
                (make-css-addition "shared.css"))))

@title[#:tag "intro" #:style css-style]{Example}

@(define (exact . items)
   (make-element (make-style "inbox" '()) items))

@exact{ stuff }

-- Matthias

On Jun 23, 2011, at 11:56 AM, Danny Yoo wrote:

> I'd like to be able to inject some HTML fragments into a Scribble
> document, so that when the Scribble documentation renders to html,
> those fragments are carried along.
>  * For example, if I have a Google Analytics snippet that needs to be
> injected within the <head/> of the document, I'd like to have that
> done at the documentation generation time, rather than as a separate
> step.
>  * As another hypothetical scenario, I might want to add an IFRAME to
> another html site, embedded within the flow of my document.
> Both of these are very specific to HTML rendering, so they probably
> wouldn't be relevant if one is Scribbling to the other formats (PDF,
> text)
> Do such mechanisms already exist in Scribble?  If so, what should I be
> looking at?
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