On 04/25/2012 11:59 PM, Raymond Lillard wrote:
What are you using to produce the HTML output? LyX's own method should
not do this, and does not do it in the test I just ran.
I have looked and read documentation and Googled for
hours and have yet to find answers to two questions.
My Lyx environment:
Lyx 2.1.0svn as of about a week ago.
TexLive2011 + updates also current about a week ago.
I have written a ~100 page document and would like
to accomplish two things. While writing this document
I have been previewing it as a PDF and now have a nice
I have been asked to prepare an HTML version of the
document. I have done so and it too looks really nice
with two minor (well maybe 1 1/2) flaws.
The first and most bothersome is that I have placed
some ERT to handle page numbering in the PDF output.
For the cover page:
and for general page numbering:
\lhead Name: \pagenumberingroman
This ERT appears in my HTML output when view in a
I would like to not need to modify the document
depending on the output form. Is this possible?
You could use branches to turn things on and off.
I guess I don't really understand this. I'd be happy to add it to LyX's
XHTML output routine, but how does one know where to break the pages?
Secondly, I would like the output to be one large
file but with defined page numbers just like the PDF.