I've written my CV in
Now I'm looking for a fast way to create an HTML version of my CV in order to use it in my website.
I'm afraid there's no easy solution. As Marco stated, a CV requires attention and better control. I'll present a solution I use, though it's not totally LaTeX based. Here comes
According to the website,
It's a very straighforward process. Let's say I want to create an online CV for John Doe. I simply run
Now, I'll open my
That's it, plain and simple. Now I just need to run
If you want to change the theme, there are some predefined ones, say,
Note: You can tweak all elements of the page, e.g. removing the search box, but I can't remember right now.
OK, LaTeX output doesn't look so great.
I've seen entire sites written with
I used to use
Joseph Wright has written a series of blog posts on CVs that is worth looking through.
Here is my current solution for CV writing. Warning, Overkill
I have some
There is also an
This method gives you quite some control over how to format things, if you're sophisticated in how you set up your templates.
I've created a stylesheet (css) and perl file to export my CV from LaTeX moderncv to HTML. Everything is published on github: https://github.com/fredrike/moderncv2html
Here is a demo of the default template.tex: http://fredrike.github.com/moderncv2html/examples/template.html
This is just a quick mockup, we still have some issues like:
If you like my work so far please fork on github.
I just had a short look at it. I am using Moderncv as well. Converting the code to html using
This doesn't seem worthwile trying to fix it. However, I think it should be possible parsing the CV by hand. I only use the
If you do that, please post the conversion scripts. Sorry, that this isn't a complete answer.