latex2htmlis a converter that produces pretty good HTML documents from sufficiently simple LaTeX documents. If you are trying to convert an existing document with complicated user defined environments, chances are it won't convert well. On the other hand, if your source document is reasonably straightforward, it will give you a big head start, though you will probably want to edit the final HTML document. With a little finesse, it is usually possible to produce a really nice document.
As a general rule,
latex2html does better with displayed
equations than inline equations. Thus you may wish to edit out
expressions like $x$ before conversion and replace them with < i>x
< /i> in the HTML document. For one thing,
will produce a separate gif file for each mathmode expression it
encounters, so at the very least, a little preliminary editing can save
a lot of conversion time and disk space.
ghostviewor an equivalent
xvor an equivalent, process the image if necessary and save it as a gif file.
For details about using the graphics utilities mentioned above and their cousins, consult Graphics Resources.
Created: Fri Sep 8 11:39:00 1995 --- Last modified: Jun 18 1996