hyperlatex – A restricted LaTeX system that also produces HTML
HyperLaTeX defines a form of LaTeX that may be processed in the ordinary way with a latex command, for printed output. However, HyperLaTeX documents may also be processed by the program hyperlatex to produce good-quality HTML.
HyperLaTeX is not a LaTeX to HTML converter (see, for example, tth or latex2html for that). Rather, HyperLaTeX provides an environment where the author can prepare a document that may be converted to either print or HTML output.
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generate HTML from TeX-ish sources
macros to build a format
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- gladtex: LaTeX equations in HTML
- rtf2latex2e: Convert Rich Text Format (RTF) files to LaTeX2ε
- tth: A TeX to HTML translator
- l2x: LaTeX to ASCII