I notice that a lot of researchers tend to have crappy-looking websites, often because they aren't willing to put in the time it takes to learn HTML, CSS, and design principles--they'd rather do research. I'm assuming that said researchers know LaTeX, as it's pretty much the standard for academic typesetting. So why not leverage that knowledge to make a kick-ass homepage? Are there any LaTeX packages or tools that are designed with the easy creation of a nice-looking website in mind? And, no, I don't mean just haphazardly turning a topology paper into a Web page.
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