Hello Ernesto, On Aug 11, 2017, at 2:27 AM, Ernesto Cuadros Vargas <ecuad...@utec.edu.pe<mailto:ecuad...@utec.edu.pe>> wrote:
Hi Bob, Ross, I have never used CSS in a latex to generate html ... May you give an idea to do that with a small list like the one I sent please? Well, no; not easily. But I can refer you to p.130 The LaTeX Web Companion (5th printing 2004). Here the commands are described, which are available for setting CSS styles within LaTeX source for processing by LaTeX2HTML. But you need to form your own understanding of what CSS is, and how it works for HTML documents. Then you’ll realise that it is a very powerful technology, and one that doesn’t need LaTeX to be useable with your HTML documents. regards er On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 8:55 PM, Ross Moore <ross.mo...@mq.edu.au<mailto:ross.mo...@mq.edu.au>> wrote: Hello Bob and Ernesto. On Aug 10, 2017, at 9:50 AM, Bob van der Poel <b...@mellowood.ca<mailto:b...@mellowood.ca>> wrote: If anyone does have a solution ... please post to list! I've been struggling with this for years. You need to define CSS styles and apply them. HTML itself doesn’t control this with description lists. Besides, these days you want to be using HTML 5 or XHTML, and much of what LaTeX2HTML produces (up to HTML 4) has been deprecated. Now the best way that I know to get a quite good HTML page from a LaTeX document is to first generate what you want as a PDF, then use Adobe’s Acrobat Pro menu item Export To > HTML web page The attached file shows what results from the example source. The list items have styles which give you the result you desire. Hope this helps. Ross Dr Ross Moore Mathematics Dept | 12 Wally’s Walk, 734 Macquarie University, NSW 2109, Australia T: +61 2 9850 8955 | F: +61 2 9850 8114<tel:%2B61%202%209850%209695> M:+61 407 288 255<tel:%2B61%20409%20125%20670> | E: ross.mo...@mq.edu.au<mailto:rick.min...@mq.edu.au> http://www.maths.mq.edu.au<http://mq.edu.au/> <http://mq.edu.au/> [cid:firstname.lastname@example.org] <http://mq.edu.au/> CRICOS Provider Number 00002J. Think before you print. Please consider the environment before printing this email.<http://mq.edu.au/> This message is intended for the addressee named and may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient, please delete it and notify the sender. Views expressed in this message are those of the individual sender, and are not necessarily the views of Macquarie University.<http://mq.edu.au/>Title: list-test
I am converting from latex to html an enumerate list but with letters instead of numbers like this:
but I obtain an extra ¡ENTER¿ like this:
item1 b) item2 c) item3
Does any one of you know how to solve this problem?
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