Is there any software, website, etc. that renders a document as if MathJax were being used, but in such a way that the output can be read by someone who is not using MathJax? (Perhaps the equations ...
I think that updating these converters would help TeX stay relevant as a document processing language. In these last few years, web development has really skyrocketed. CSS3 has brought along a lot of ...
I have a document with a large number of Tikz pictures and I need to generate a html page from it. I have declared a driver to have TikZ pictures as SVGs (after this question) and run htlatex ...
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 ...
I've written my CV in moderncv template. Now I'm looking for a fast way to create an HTML version of my CV in order to use it in my website. Any idea?
I want to get and improve the source of the LaTeX2HTML program, but the top Google results are outdated, with broken links. Does anyone know where the source resides?
Does anyone know the status of latex2html? I know that there are similar programs for that task, but I ask specifically about this one. The CTAN dir lists a revision from 2002 and 2008, the ...
I'm looking for something equivalent to MathJax, but that does the conversion(s) from MathML or LaTeX to HTML-CSS on the server backend as my site is rendering the page, rather than relying on ...
I wrote a paper for a conference in latex format. It contains figures and bibliographic references. I got the output in PDF format and it looks fine. Now I would like to convert it to HTML. I just ...
I'm trying to make a clean web-version of a significantly sized tex document. latex2html works 'ok' except for not being able to handle lots of packages. Thats not a problem since I'm not that worried ...