The user can specify the depth at which the document should not be broken up any further.

These are passed to LaTeX and then converted to images which are either included in the document or are made available through hypertext links.

This allows the definition of HTML macros in LaTeX !

Like this!

It is possible to add arbitrary Perl code between any of the argument markers which will be executed when the command is processed. For this however a basic understanding of how the translator works and of course Perl is required.

As an argument to the documentstyle command or as an argument to the input command or by pasting the definitions of individual commands directly into the text!

Note that for remote external documents it is necessary to copy the labels.pl file locally so that it can be read when processing a local document that uses it.

Link validation can be done automatically but the updating must be done manually when filenames have changed (assuming no other symbolic label mechanism is available).

You either have to guess the role of each label by looking at the labels.pl file or by asking the author!

Written by Robert S. Thau <rst@edu.mit.ai>.

This is true for documents under the same server but for remote documents a little more is required (see the example)

Where ``simple'' is defined roughly as ``they could have used newcommand, but didn't''.

If don't know how to do either of these things, copy (or link) html.sty to the directory of your LaTeX document...

Gary M Wysin
Fri Aug 25 20:57:35 CDT 1995