neptunecontrib.api.html.log_html(name, html, experiment=None)[source]

Logs html to neptune.

HTML is logged to Neptune as an artifact with path html/{name}.html

  • name (str) –
    Name of the chart (without extension) that will be used as a part of artifact’s destination.
  • html_body (str) –
    HTML string that is logged and rendered as HTML.
  • experiment (neptune.experiments.Experiment, optional, default is None) –
    For advanced users only. Pass Neptune Experiment object if you want to control to which experiment data is logged.
    If None, log to currently active, and most recent experiment.


Start an experiment:

import neptune


Create an HTML string:

html = "<button type='button',style='background-color:#005879; width:300px; height:200px; font-size:30px'>                  <a style='color: #ccc', href=''> Take me back to the docs!!<a> </button>"

Log it to Neptune:

from neptunecontrib.api import log_html

log_html('go_to_docs_button', html)

Check out how the logged table looks in Neptune: