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Converting LaTeX to HTML5 [closed]

HTML5 allows for great rendering. Crocodoc for example does a great conversion from PDF to HTML5. Is there any tool to convert LaTeX to HTML5? Does tex4ht support HTML5? Here's an example of what ...
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LaTeX generated website with TikZ diagrams

I am trying to generate my static website with LaTeX to avoid tedious/verbose HTML and underpowered markdown languages. I know of latex2html and htlatex/TeX4ht for generating documents in the HTML ...
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Is there a CSS file to make my Webpage “look like” latex ouput [closed]

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 ...
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Isn't TeX similar to HTML+CSS?

As I said in the title, isn't TeX "similar" to static web pages? Can you accomplish the same things with both, or is TeX limited to words? Why would one prefer HTML and CSS over TeX, or vice versa?
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Alternatives to bibtex2html

As the title says, are there viable alternatives to bibtex2html for converting bibliographic entries to HTML? I am specifically looking for some command-line utility allowing to export a bib files ...
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Is there some typesetting system that uses XML notation?

Is there some typesetting system that uses XML for notation? This is no offense, but I don't like to type \emph{This \emph{text} is important} despite the fact that there are editors that can do it ...
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How to get tex4ht to respect listings styling better ?

I've been producing PDFs and HTML from Latex sources, using tex4ht for the HTML (I'm on Debian/Lenny; so whatever versions are default on that). I'm using the listings package to include source code. ...
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Can I compile .tex to .html from within AUCTeX?

Can I compile .tex to .html from within AUCTeX? What are the keybindings? Thanks!
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Can you have hyperlinks to locations in different PDFs?

It's possible to hyperlink to another PDF file using Adobe Acrobat using the following LaTeX code: \href{run:target.pdf}{Click me!} If this is placed in source.pdf, then you can click on the ...
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How to convert LaTeX in html for Blogger

I am trying to embed formulas in Blogger. My system is OpenSuse, and I create a LaTeX file for my formulas, say filename. In order to convert the LaTeX code into an html code I run: pdflatex filename ...
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Is it possible to use non-ASCII characters in hyperref labels with htlatex?

As I lay out here when using hypperef it appears to be problematic if anyone is using non-ASCII characters for hypertarget/hyperlink label names and then uses htlatex (with MikTeX on Windows) to ...
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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 do I convert HTML to LaTeX?

I would like a way to convert a document from HTML to LaTeX on a Windows platform. What is my best option?
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Tool for manipulating LaTeX tables (HTML to LaTeX)

I am wondering if there is any tool that can help me work with tables in LaTeX. Specifically I'd like to be able to import HTML tables (or small Excel tables) into LateX Are there tools that can help ...
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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 ...