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How to edit a enex template

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#1 JohnSeiffer

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Posted 06 December 2012 - 12:27 PM

The posts I've read about templates tell me how to export a note to a *.ENEX file. I know how to import one of those back into Evernote. What I don't know is how to edit it. Is it HTML code?

The ones I've played with It sort of look like HTML but also seem to have specific (and sometimes encrypted) data inside.

Is there a guide to coding a template? An editor that works in a WYSIWYG fashion?

#2 jefito

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Posted 06 December 2012 - 01:34 PM

It's a subset of XHTML, official name ENML. Generally contains some HTML elements, though some are prohibited. There are also some Evernote-specific elements. You can edit it in a text editor, or, if you don't want to go through the hoops of exporting to .ENEX format, you can edit a note's ENML directly using the third-party tool ENML Editor (http://enml-editor.ping13.net/). No real WYSIWYG editors that I know of except the Evernote client editors.

See the documentation here: http://dev.evernote....apters/ENML.php
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