[OS X TeX] Re: html output from bib file (BibDesk)

Eitan Gurari gurari at cse.ohio-state.edu
Fri Jan 27 02:22:35 EST 2006

 > dropping this into a LaTeX file, and processing through htlatex or  
 > Tex4ht to produce the html.
 > This works, the "and"s have gone, the bibitems are in any required  
 > order and formatting, the <sub> has been put in, but the resulting  
 > html is not nearly so well-structured; any item in italic will be  
 > <span class="cmti-10"> and any item in bold will be <span  
 > class="cmbx-10"> etc.
 > No information about the title, authors etc. Also the reference label  
 > number is  hardcoded in, it is not a list item, which will
 > automatically renumber if necessary.

 > Or is it in the options of htlatex, to spit out html plus css, with  
 > meaningful class names?

Yes, if the  information is provided in the source latex file.
Can you show a complete miniature sample file.

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