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Can LuaTeX create HTML?

I heard that LuaTeX provides access to the internals of TeX. So, I have two questions in this regard: Is it possible to modify the output routine with LuaTeX so that HTML is produced instead of DVI ...
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Specific color for different tags and comments using Listings package

Problem: The > symbol for HTML tags in the MWE has a different color than the < symbol. Would like to have both the same color. Minimal Working Example: \documentclass{scrreprt} \makeatletter ...
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Convert to HTML with {arabtext} sections rendered as images

I'm just starting to investigate using latex to generate an ebook with arabic snippets embedded in it, and I'm using the following simple document: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{arabtex} ...
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Pandoc Markdown to PDF doesn't show images [closed]

I used knitR to convert R Markdown files to Markdown, and I'm trying to use Pandoc to convert them into HTML/PDF. Markdown to HTML includes all my images in the output, using pandoc test.md -o ...
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Drawing a flag in LaTeX Tikz

Here is my code: \documentclass[tikz]{standalone} \usetikzlibrary{shapes,snakes} \usepackage[html]{xcolor} \definecolor{rot}{HTML}{e40303} \definecolor{xorange}{HTML}{ff8c00} ...
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knitr render html code

How to render html output to pdf in knitr? Here is my code \documentclass{article} \begin{document} <<echo=TRUE, results= 'asis'>>= library(xtable) n <- data.frame(x = 1:6, y = 15:20) ...
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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 ...
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Is there a LaTeX-to-HTML package that uses TeX?

I know that there are a lot of ways to "convert" LaTeX source to HTML markup that, when rendered, resembles the hypothetical original PDF. Is there such a package that works within LaTeX? I'm ...
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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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How to print or convert HTML document into PDF using LaTeX

I written one XSD schema, I documented that schema using xmlpad, It generates the HTML documentation automatically for that XSD schema. Now I want to generate a PDF document for that HTML document. I ...
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TeX4ht aliasing on equations' images

I am compiling a .tex file to html using TeX4ht induced by the htlatex command. When TeX4ht compiles a document and turns equations into images, however, it produces low-quality images with little ...
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htlatex html output droidsans

I am trying to use the font "Droid Sans" (as in http://www.tug.dk/FontCatalogue/droidsans/) in a html file generated from a tex-file. PDF I have succeeded in using the font as standard for a pdf by ...
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Is there an option in PlasTeX to return the processed document, rather than writing it to a file?

Normally running plasTeX gives a file/files as output. However, I don't have the ability to save the documents to the filesystem. Looking through the documentation I have only found cases where the ...
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How to convert LaTeX to HTML, keeping formatting of pdf.dvi?

I would like to convert a LaTeX document (in this case, a resume) to HTML for submission, since .pdf and .dvi are not allowed formats. How can I do this while maintaining the same formatting (e.g. ...
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Is it possible to create a web page which appears same/similar in formatting to the pdf generated from latex?

Corresponding to a one-two page document such as a resume one might want to create a web page where one can scroll up/down with links to move to top-bottom at the end of each section. Corresponding ...
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JavaScript Latency with HTML Latex

I'm trying to access a database and put on the page stuff from it (mostly likely chemical equations) that should be formatted in to TeX. However, it comes out unrendered. The problem might be that ...
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HTML + Javascript to LaTex

I'd like to convert a HTML + Javascript document to LaTex. An example document can you find here: ...
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Best workflows or tools to generate an html web page from a complex latex document like thesis

I'm really interested to publish my thesis on a website HTML + CSS (when it's done) augmented with tools to annotate it, like the philoweb initative (see here, and here). I know the universal ...
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Converting xparse commands to html

I've had a varying level of success converting LaTeX documents into HTML, but one of the major problems I've encountered is converting expressions which contain commands defined through the xparse ...
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how to use “interaction=nonstopmode” in htlatex command [duplicate]

Am in the process of converting latex to xhtml file. I chose htlatex for conversion. But it stops inbetween if it finds errors in the tex file. In latex we have option -interaction=nonstopmode to run ...
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Framemaker to LaTeX

I'm a software person who has been tasked with moving a few thousand pages of documentation for a piece of legacy software online. The documentation is all in Adobe Framemaker and yes, there are lots ...
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Convert from LyX/Latex to wordpress post

I have some documents in LyX/Latex and I want them as a wordpress post. I have tried converting latex to HTML (with latex2html) and afterwards, pasting that code in the wordpress editor but everything ...
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inconsistent hyperref appearance control in tex4ht

Using the \hypersetup{} of \usepackage[tex4ht]{hyperref} (as seen in the MWE below) I am trying to format the hyperlinks of links such as glossary entries so they are less noticeable. On two ...
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Combination of llncs and html packages, \pdfoutput and \and (backslash and) makes an error [closed]

With the following document which combines: llncs class, \pdfoutput, html package and \and I get an error: \documentclass[a4paper]{llncs} \pdfoutput=1 \usepackage{html} \title{asdf} \author{asdf ...
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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 ...
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configuring minipage in htlatex

I want to use minipage in htlatex, because I want to have a minipage with a figure, close to a minipage with some text, and then I want some other text that must be on a new line and full-width. I ...
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Can tex4ht support square justified text with different line spacings?

Can tex4ht support square justified text and can I specify different line spacings (1, 1.15, 1.5, 2 etc.)? Sloppypar allows me to square justify my paragraphs in a pdf but the html file in a web ...
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TeX4ht without converting math formulas

Maybe my question is very silly or maybe very trivial, but I can't figure out the solution... I want to regularly publish parts of Latex documents to a Wordpress where I have the MathJax plugin ...
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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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Syntax highlighting in an HTML presentation

This example shows how to produce PDF slides with syntax highlighting of source code. The example uses beamer and (presumably) pdflatex. Another example shows syntax coloring for HTML output using ...
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Increase equation resolution in TeX4ht using accessible images or typeset text

When TeX4ht compiles my latex code it generates a png of my equation and includes this in the html file. Until a better alternative for this comes along I am quite happy with this way of ...
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Using TeX fonts in HTML documents?

If I want to use TeX fonts (such as cmr10, cmbx10, cmtt10, and so forth) in my HTML documents, what are the recommended ways to do that? As a thought experiment and proof-of-concept, this afternoon I ...
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TeX4HT \textregistered and an unwanted semicolon

Using \textregistered{} and/or \textregistered result in ®; ®; Is there a way I can redefine this symbol so that it doesn't include a semicolon or is there a package conflict that is causing this ...
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TeX4HT compile sequence

I just noticed that when I compile a tex file into an html document, I actually don't have to run the equivalant sequence I am used to xelatex For all bibunits generated bu*.aux bibtex For all ...
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Missing chemical sub- and super-scripts in html file compiled with htlatex

Current problem is typesetting with the chemical packages. As would be expected, the PDF is produced without any problems but distinct issues arise with the html production using tex4ht. The HTML ...
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When generating html, how do you specify image size?

I am using htlatex (or as many people call it tex4ht) to generate html and I have included some graphics. Htlatex seems to ignore all the size arguments I give the image size. I've tried specifying: ...
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Bibtex to html/Markdown/etc., using Pandoc

It seems that Pandoc is capable of dealing with references given in a .bib file. Yet, I haven't been able to simply ask Pandoc to convert a .bib file into html, markdown or other formats. Is there a ...
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Are htlatex (TeX4HT) and cleveref compatible?

Simple question: When I use cleveref and \Cref{} or \cref{} I am able to compile the code and produce a PDF. When I use htlatex I get ?? in place of what I expect would be the object name and ...
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\listings code style for HTML5 (CSS, HTML, JavaScript)

I would like to create a code style for HTML5 that can be used with the \listings package. An HTML5 document consists of three languages: CSS, HTML and JavaScript. That makes the whole thing a bit ...
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Invoke \CssFile via \AfterEndPreamble

When running htlatex <filename> one can include CSS code via \CssFile and \EndCssFile. This works fine as long as the code is included directly in the main document body. I suspect this is the ...
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Setting image size in html output of tex4ht

I have a complex document which I'm trying to convert to html with tex4ht and TeXLive under Ubuntu, but I'm not able to coherently control the image size of jpg and eps images. In html output, jpg ...
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LyX + Biblatex => XHTML (for conversion to ODT)

I am writing a document in LyX (2.1.2) and need to share it for editing and review purposes with others who do not use LyX/LaTeX. I am also using Biblatex + Biber for the bibliography. LyX's inbuilt ...
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Dynamic Courtesy Receipt PDF Generator For PHP

The title needs a bit of help, but I'm wondering if it's possible to dynamically create a beautiful customized receipt for purchases from my website using LaTeX, where LaTeX gets its data from my ...
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htlatex/tex4ht with ScriptEnv and HTML entities

I am using htlatex to translate from LaTeX to HTML. I've created a \ScriptEnv environment for code as suggested by this answer: htlatex inserting environment in verbatim It's working well, but it is ...
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Multipage chapter heading seems to be incompatible with htlatex

I want each chapter to start with an image and I want the text on the subsequent page. So, I defined my replacement for \chapter as follows: \newcommand{\MyChapter}[3]{% % #1 = image % #2 = ...
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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 ...
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\AtBeginDocument content seems to be ignored by htlatex

It appears that the content inserted via \AtBeginDocument is being ignored by htlatex. Is there a workaround to this other than not using \AtBeginDocument? To reproduce save the MWEs below and run ...
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htlatex with pdfpages package inserts random images

I am attempting to generate an HTML output via htlatex <filename> but when the pgfpages package is included I am getting some random images before and after the content. The resulting HTML ...
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Converting LaTeX to HTML but keeping equations as LaTeX

I'm using tex4ht for conversion of heavily maths loaded LaTeX files into HTML to be able to serve them in a web app. Can successfully convert all equations to MathML and jsMath. But as equations are ...
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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?