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comment tex4ht: how to make only non-inline math bigger?
This worked thanks, for others info, I put it in my tex4ht configuration file between \Preamble{xhtml} and \begin{document}
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comment tex4ht: how to make only non-inline math bigger?
@Nasser, thanks, i will give this a go.
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comment Can I have bigger margins on pages containing only floats?
Yep, I mean I want to overlap the header (and footer) on float pages, so I'm really really using all the vertical space. I think I can actually do this using the fanchdr package from reading elsewhere.
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comment Can I have bigger margins on pages containing only floats?
Thanks, when I first posted this question I was using figures that had more white space at the top and bottom than I though, which I have now cropped. This made me think the header and footer were restricting the available vertical space. I'm now not so sure, but anyway, will your fix ensure the maximum vertical space is used? I have actually seen the solutions for wide figures before.
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revised Can I have bigger margins on pages containing only floats?
fixed typo
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