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In a similar vein to this question, can I make my web page look like is was typeset in latex. I know it won't be possible to replicate the latex look exactly.

Is there a CSS file which will control typefaces/font-sizes/margins etc to give the unmistakable latex "look"? (as far as practicable)

The layout would probably have to be single column, as a HTML page can scroll indefinitely. So things like page breaks/page-numbers might be irrelevant in this context.

I know I could simply replace my HTML file with links to latex set PDFs, but that is not want I want to do.

I'm already using mathJax for my equations. I guess what I am really looking for are appropriate CSS settings for the common tags <body>,<h1>,<h2>,<p>,<strong> etc, etc.

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closed as off topic by Seamus, Loop Space, Willie Wong, Alan Munn, Joseph Wright Mar 30 '11 at 22:15

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webtypography.net is a good start on this topic in general. – Andrey Vihrov Mar 30 '11 at 12:34
I'd say this question is off-topic here, as it's not to do with anything TeX or related tools can do. – Joseph Wright Mar 30 '11 at 13:08
(I should add that if I were not a mod I'd vote to close.) – Joseph Wright Mar 30 '11 at 13:21
If the similar question about achieving the latex look in MSWord was not off-topic, I don't see how this one is. Also, I would call a latex "formatting" CSS file, a TeX related tool. – Ken Mar 30 '11 at 13:44
I am sorry, but you are never going to make your web page look like latex output in my lynx browser :) – Jan Hlavacek Mar 30 '11 at 16:11

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