[OS X TeX] Is there a Latex package for creating html slidy presentations?

Eitan Gurari gurari at cse.ohio-state.edu
Thu Oct 19 17:24:32 EDT 2006

 > > I would like to try it myself. What do I have to do?
 > Let's start from the common part:
 > 1) Go to
 > http://www.cse.ohio-state.edu/~gurari/TeX4ht/bugfixes.html
 > and get a new version of tex4ht.tar.gz and htf.zip
 > Put them where they belong (most important put .4ht files )
 > 2) Create powerdot presentation (not everything is supported) foo.tex
 > 3) Run htlatex foo.tex  "xhtml"
 > 4) Get Slidy to your webserver. I am lazy so I made everything with
 > the minimal editing:
 > Experimental with subdirectory Slidy and I uploaded everything (html,
 > css, png files) into this directory.
 > Done (well check read permissions of all files)

As a side note, the tex4ht configurations avoid introducing
decorations to the slides.  Personalized styles can be easily
introduced with a little knowledge of CSS.  (One, of course, can also
extend/rewrite the javascript support, but it probably wouldn't be
that simple for most of us.) -eitan

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