2
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2answers
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HtLaTeX - problem when using relative paths

I'm currently working on a little thing I called offline blog engine. The idea is to write my articles in simple (La)TeX files and create some static HTML files which contains the blog posts. The ...
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vote
1answer
264 views

How to convert HTML markup into LaTeX markup?

I have one input file which will be used for LaTeX and HTML (Java program). Input file has HTML markups like <b></b> for bold. <li></li> for list. How can I convert above ...
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1answer
378 views

What features are supported in a HTML page, but not through PDFLaTeX

As a math educator with limited knowledge of TeX and even more limited knowledge of HTML, I want to know if I can use a PDF page (generated through PDFLaTeX) as a web page. I am hoping not to have to ...
2
votes
1answer
395 views

Disable ligatures when using mk4ht to create html

How can I easily disable all ligatures, when converting my LaTex-file to html? For the html-generation I am using the command-line mk4ht htlatex file.tex 'xhtml,charset=utf-8' ' -cunihtf -utf8 ...
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4answers
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Convert LaTeX to HTML

Is there a converter that will convert LaTeX to HTML? I have tried several services but the LaTeX diagrams and some of the maths came out weird. I actually converted the Latex to PDF without a ...
2
votes
1answer
1k views

htlatex leaves undefined reference (“??” link) but pdflatex produces correct output

We have a large document that runs through pdflatex and through htlatex. The pdflatex output is fully ok. The htlatex output is also ok (it contains all images etc.) except that for some ...
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How to create PDF and HTML output from the same source

I'm working on a document that has been published only as a PDF file until now. To utilize some of PDF's features, it uses the packages pdfpages and pdftex and commands like includepdf{}. But soon ...