htlatex myfile.tex command which invokes tex4ht, I learned that a rather nice text for web pages can be obtained by simply using the \sf command for an entire web article. Using the helvet package and enforcing the reencoding did nothing for the html output, but
However, the font size in the html file is a little large, and I couldn't seem to reduce the font size by using e.g.
\small \sf (using
\sf \small would result in computer modern(cmr), since e.g.
\large resets the typeface to cmr).
Naturally, the math type is smaller, since it's not affected by
Thus, how can I nudge the font size of the text to be a little smaller?
Overall, it would be nice to be able to set the the text width and margins so that the result looks like an e.g. github wiki page, as the very wide default margins look terrible.