Corresponding to a one-two page document such as a resume one might want to create a web page where one can scroll up/down with links to move to top-bottom at the end of each section.
Corresponding to a large document such as a 100 page report, one might want to create a 'website' with multilevel collapsible index on the left side of the 'website'. Through this one should be able to move to navigate to different parts of the report.
I have tried to generate a html file using .tex file. What I got was a very plain looking html file. Formatting wasn't great either. I am just exploring the possibility of generating web pages using my .tex file.
I am interested in web pages with following features:
- No fancy stuff. Plain white background.
- But, it should appear just like pages in my report (similar text width as in the report)
- It should be possible to select/copy text.