_________________________________________________________________ [IMAGE] [IMAGE] [IMAGE] [IMAGE] [IMAGE] Next: Contents _________________________________________________________________ THE LATEX2HTML TRANSLATOR Nikos Drakos, Computer Based Learning Unit, University of Leeds. Wed Jan 26 18:32:10 GMT 1994 This document accompanies LaTeX2HTML Version 0.5.3. A postscript version is available. [IMAGE] Warning: The contents of this document are likely to change. It is advisable not to use links to any pages other than the first page (this page). ABSTRACT: LaTeX2HTML is a conversion tool that allows documents written in to become part of the WorldWide Web. In addition, it offers an easy migration path towards authoring complex hypermedia documents using familiar word-processing concepts. LaTeX2HTML replicates the basic structure of a document as a set of interconnected HTML files which can be explored using automatically generated navigation panels. The cross-references, citations, footnotes, the table of contents and the lists of figures and tables, are also translated into hypertext links. Formatting information which has equivalent ``tags'' in HTML (lists, quotes, paragraph breaks, type styles, etc.) is also converted appropriately. The remaining heavily formatted items such as mathematical equations, pictures or tables are converted to images which are placed automatically at the correct positions in the final HTML document. LaTeX2HTML extends by supporting arbitrary hypertext links and symbolic cross-references between evolving remote documents. It also allows the specification of conditional text and the inclusion of raw HTML commands. These hypermedia extensions to are available as new commands and environments from with a document. This document presents the main features of LaTeX2HTML , and describes how to obtain, install, and use it. _________________________________________________________________ * Contents * List of Figures * List of Tables * Overview * User Manual + Command Line Options + Extending the Translator o Adding Support for Specific Style Files o Asking the Translator to Ignore Commands o Asking the Translator to Pass Commands to LaTeX * Special Features + Hyperlinks in LaTeX + Cross-References Between Living Documents o Example + Including Arbitrary HTML Markup + Conditional Text [IMAGE] + Cross References Shown as ``Hyperized'' Text + Customizing the Navigation Panel * Getting LaTeX2HTML * Requirements * Installing LaTeX2HTML * Changes from Previous Versions + Changes from 0.5.1 to 0.5.3 + Changes from v0.4 to v0.5.1 + Changes from v0.3.1 to v0.4 + Changes from v0.3 to v0.3.1 + Changes from v0.2 to v0.3 + Changes from v0.1.1 to v0.2 + Changes from v0.1 to v0.1.1 * Known Problems * Troubleshooting * Sample Converted Documents * Figures, Tables and Arbitrary Environments * General License Agreement and Lack of Warranty * Credits * References * Index * About this document ... _________________________________________________________________ [IMAGE] [IMAGE] [IMAGE] [IMAGE] [IMAGE] Next: Contents _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ Nikos Drakos Wed Jan 26 18:30:58 GMT 1994