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The simplest way is to use alternative4ht package for tex4ht. It is not in TeX Live yet, so you have to install it yourself with helpersht packages. More info about this method can be found in this guide. You have to modify your document slightly: \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article} %\usepackage{etoolbox} %\makeatletter %\@ifpackageloaded{tex4ht}{ ...


In your case, you want to customize item labels and color. By default, tex4ht removes itemize and enumerate labels and uses CSS to display them, we can use \ConfigureList to fix that, together with some CSS to suppress labels added by the browser. We can also use \ConfigureList to add class attributes on li elements, so we can assign colors for them. First ...

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