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If you want to convert math to mathml with tex4ht, you only need to provide mathml option: htlatex filename "xhtml,mathml" for your example, the result is following: <math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" display="inline" ><mfrac><mrow ><mi mathvariant="normal">d</mi><mi >x</mi></mrow> ...


Make sure /usr/texbin is included in your PATH environment variable.


I will show a solution with tex4ht. I used your sample text and added some math samples from the internet. You can see the complete resulting webpage on my Github page. All code is also hosted on Github. You have four wishes, some of them can be solved using external Javascript tools, for others we must create custom JS scripts. tex4ht can be configured ...


Pandoc has you covered! It is set up to produce document "fragments" by default, but there's the -s or --standalone flag, which will give you a whole .tex file. So something like pandoc -s -t beamer SLIDES -o example8.tex should do the trick.


I don't like the solution to use a 2-step compilation (Latex -> sed -> pdf). You can overwrite the figure environment in your Latex template: % Overwrite \begin{figure}[htbp] with \begin{figure}[H] \usepackage{float} \let\origfigure=\figure \let\endorigfigure=\endfigure \renewenvironment{figure}[1][]{% \origfigure[H] }{% \endorigfigure } In this way ...

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