Ross Moore (Maths dept, McQuarrie University) had fixed the bug in
latex2html which was bodging tables. Unfortunately this fix was not
carried through into some Linux distros.
Current and  recent versions of  OpenSUSE  have incorporated the fix
into their downloads.
The fix is quite simple and the patch is as follows:

The latex2html program is a perl script. The patch needed is:

    -- latex2html 2006-01-13 17:48:27.000000000 +1300

    +++ /usr/bin/latex2html 2005-03-23 06:49:49.000000000 +1200

    @@ -5285,7 +5285,6 @@ 
        elsif ($this_cmd) { push(@pieces, $this_cmd) } 
       push(@pieces, $after); 
    +  $within_preamble=0; 
      print " $replacements new-command replacements\n"

      if (($VERBOSITY>1) && $replacements);

The line prefixed with the + must be inserted into the latex2html script.

Myriam Abramson wrote:
> Hello,
> I've posted this question to the latex2html list but got no
> answers. Basically, my problem is that latex2html does not transfer
> the content of the tables. The tables are there but they are
> empty. What to do?

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