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It is of course possible, I have done similar things in the past. You can write PHP scripts that call external programs and feed the content of the HTML form fields. You will need the following: You must be able to install your own software on the webserver, a simple web-page hosting service will not work. You need to be careful to validate the contents ...


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another edit: of you don't want to postprocess html, you may use different mean to achieve verbatim environment. For example with fancyvrb package: \usepackage{fancyvrb} \Preamble{xhtml} \def\StartSuppressPage{\nobreak\vfil\penalty0\vfilneg\vtop\bgroup} \def\EndSuppressPage{\egroup} \renewenvironment{tawny} ...


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tex4ht is quite sensitive on things which are written to toc (and because it uses own configurable mechanism for controlling which sectioning commands should be printed in toc, even starred commands are saved), so you need to be careful in what you use. easy solution is to use normal chapter with optional parameter: \newcommand{\MyChapter}[3]{% % #1 = ...


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The problem is that lot of things is happening at begin document in tex4ht. This is the moment when patches from .4ht files are loaded, and html header is printed. So your dedication text is printed before any html tags in your example. Probably easiest solution is to use etoolbox command \AfterEndPreamble, which print content after all \AtBeginDocument ...


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pdfpages is obviously one of packages which causes tex4ht to fail just with loading. some other example of such package is fontspec. only solution is to prevent usage of such packages when tex4ht is loaded and to provide alternative definitions for macros used in the document. To simplify this process, I created simple package, called alternative4ht.sty: ...



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