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Pixel-perfect vertical alignment of image-rendered TeX snippets?

What is the most accurate way to automatically calculate the text baseline in an image that has been rendered from a TeX snippet—so that the rendered image can be given proper vertical alignment in a ...
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CSS based LaTeX formatting?

I've done ab bit of web-searching and found nothing. Are there any attempts on using CSS for LaTeX formatting? For example: body { font-family: Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif; } section { font-size: ...
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I have a dream: Using CSS to style a TeX document

I have no clue in LaTeX package developing but I have a dream! Consider following two files: % A LaTeX file \documentclass{article} \usepackage[style.css]{css} \begin{document} \begin{abstract} ...
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How can I use LaTeX to build my website?

Can I use LaTeX to specify cascading style sheet? Can someone enlighten me something about using LaTeX with my website? Basically to setup layout like how I do for documents, setting up fonts, ...
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Why couldn't (La)TeX's layout model be as simple as CSS's layout model?

I feel CSS's layout model is simpler than (La)TeX's layout model. At the time Knuth developed TeX, the idea leading to CSS model is a "difficult" things? Or the CSS layout model is not appropriate to ...
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Generation of simple, CSS-less HTML with htlatex

When htlatex converts a document, emphasis and bold-face are converted to spans of a certain style which is defined in the accompanying CSS file. Input: \documentclass{scrartcl} \begin{document} ...
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CSS border-top, border-bottom, border-right LaTeX equivalent

Is there an equivalent in LaTeX to the CSS border-top, border-bottom, border-right properties? I would like to underline and overline text with with a border on the right, not simply underline or ...
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Possible CSS type features?

Hi I am doing a project for my 10th grade Graphic design class and we have to make up an inspirational type thing with the emotion words Bold, in a bigger size and capitalized and I was wondering if ...
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HTML to Latex: Converting CSS styles to respetive LaTeX functions [closed]

I am using HTML to LaTeX programme to convert large quantity of HTML files. A typical example: <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1" /> ...
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How to use a colon in lstlisting keywords?

for the use of CSS code I've defined the following style: \lstdefinelanguage{CSS}{ sensitive=true, alsodigit={-}, keywords={transform, transition-property, transition-duration, ...
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How to put a whole part of generated HTML from htlatex in a special div?

Using TeX files, I generate two pdf deliverables and one website from the same source. I generate my html using htxelatex and a config file like that has the following: \Css { .tableofcontents { ...
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Latex2html: How to make table of contents not use a bullet?

When I run LaTeX2HTML on a LaTeX file, the table of contents that is generated in the html file has bullets to the left of each section. Like this: o this_is_section_one o this_is_section_two If ...
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Equivalent of CSS adjacent selector in LaTeX [closed]

In CSS you can use the adjacent selector to create conditional formatting. For example, p + p to format a paragraph that follows a paragraph, or h1 + p to format a paragraph that follows a h1 element. ...
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HTML email typeset equations as HTML elements, not images? [closed]

I thought it would be super-useful to find a substitute for emailing equations as images. The problem I have experienced is that with some receiving email clients, the images are turned off by ...
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ConTeXt customize styling similar to CSS

In html, one can <div class, id> and CSS styling with selection based on "class" or "id". Is it possible to do it similarly in ConTeXt? For example, using "define" then "setup", then ...