HTML is a markup language mainly used for creating web pages.

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Can LuaTeX create HTML?

I hear that LuaTeX provides access to internals of TeX. Is it possible to modify the output routine with LuaTeX so that HTML is produced instead of DVI or PDF? If possible, are there any projects ...
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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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Can you run mk4ht on iPad or Android?

I need to create html files from tex using mk4ht on an iPad or an Android tablet... Is there any way to run mk4ht on iOS or Android? Preferably without requiring Internet connection, but if that's not ...
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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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htlatex options

I'm using htlatex (Miktek 2.9, on windows command prompt) with the command: htlatex source.tex "3" "" "" "--interaction==nonstopmode" to generate HTML from existing documents written in LaTeX. I've ...
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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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html5 embedded animations in pdf

For long time I have been using flash animations in pdf (lately using media9), but always relied on windows and acrobat to have embedded animations and auto-start (no click) in my presentations. ...
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How can I write specifications following the W3C specifications format in LaTeX?

W3C specifications follow a very nice template (example: HTML-RDFa). The specifications are HTML documents styled by a javascript library ReSpec. Is it possible to write specifications in LaTeX ...
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Extracting LaTeX source from HTML version of Feynman Lectures?

CalTech has placed Volume I of the classic Feynman Lectures on Physics online in HTML format, using MathJax to render the LaTeX formulas and SVG for the graphic images. It's pretty cool, and it looks ...
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HTML Navigation

I have a large document written in LaTeX (memoir class) that I also use to produce HTML, using: htlatex.exe "Test.tex" "html,3" "" "Test" "--interaction=nonstopmode" I've been attempting to find a ...
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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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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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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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External animation, "hyperreffed'' from beamer

I want to show my students an animation during a presentation. The animation is on a particular web site and the copyright statement says that one can openly present the animation onsite or link to ...
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Javascript LaTeX to HTML interpreter?

Is there a possibility to 'render' latex code with your browser? I have some *.tex files which I would like to render a HTML version of (with HTML-navigation, hyperlinks, etc). However - running some ...
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Move section anchors generated by tex4ht

When compiling a file with tex4ht, the sections are transformed with header HTML tags with anchor. So, if I compile \documentclass{article} \usepackage[xhtml,mathml]{tex4ht} \begin{document} ...
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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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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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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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Using tikz or pgfplots with plasTeX

I'm using plastex to convert LaTeX files to xml code. Is there any way to use tikz or pgfplots with plastex? plastex example1.tex compiles fine: %example1.tex \documentclass{article} ...
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Annotated bibliography in html with BiBTeX?

I am looking to create an annotated bibliography as a basic html page similar to this but with hyperlinks to each publication using its DOI or URL field. Is there any existing script to generate ...
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Converting tex to HTML

I am in need of an easy way of converting .tex to .html for ultimately converting it to word in windows. I have looked into a few different ways, but the ones I have encountered are not free and/or ...