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TeX4ht: Configure Part 2

Navigation Links for Sectioning Divisions

\Configure{crosslinks} provides hooks to create navigation links across sub-documents created from a long document like book where chapters are broken into separate HTML documents or a long article where sections might be cut into separate documents for easy browsing. \CutAt{...} helps to split a long document at the desired section or chapter or part units. When documents are split into smaller units, we need navigation links across various split units. TeX4ht provides an important function, \Configure{crosslink}, which is explained below how various navigational links can be created and customized. Continue reading ‘TeX4ht: Configure Part 2’

TeX4ht: Configure Part 1

The \Configure command is the most powerful user command in TeX4ht system. It helps to add various kinds of hooks to insert target markup code at the desired locations in and around various types of content. For instance, take the case of section{...} in LaTeX. A typical example will be: Continue reading ‘TeX4ht: Configure Part 1’

TeX4ht: Overview of the Process

TeX4ht system has the ability to translate any TeX or LaTeX document into other markup formats such as SGML, HTML, XML, MathML, OpenOffice format, Braille, etc. Continue reading ‘TeX4ht: Overview of the Process’

MathML 3 and TeX4ht

MathML 3 is about to be formalized and going to be released as the new standard for encoding mathematics in web. It differs from the previous standard 2. The main changes that have a bearing on the functionality of TeX4ht are discussed here. Continue reading ‘MathML 3 and TeX4ht’

Plain TeX and TeX4ht

If you try to generate html version of your plain TeX document using a combination of pdfTeX and TeX4ht, you will find terrible mismatches and html version will not be generated. Continue reading ‘Plain TeX and TeX4ht’