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    Math Site needs markup for Formulas

    Hello,

    I need some help with making math formulas appearing nice and shiny online. I hear there are LaTeX to html translators but the ones I've attempted to use (LaTeX2html, and a few others) are terribly longwinded to use!

    Is there any ready-to-use program that translates either LaTeX files to html or math formulas to images?

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    Hi,
    how about this? A Link
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    Hmm...it's certainly an interesting program, fortunately my friend was savvy enough to install latex2html on my computer yet neither he nor I could understand what to do with it!

    I tried creating a .bat file containing "cd C:\usr\local\bin\latex2html.bat metric.tex" for the compilation of the file "metric.tex".

    It gave an error so I fiddled with it, then tried searching the internet and the manual resulting with nothing.

    What exactly should I do to "compile" a certain .tex file into html using LaTeX2html?
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    I'm sorry but I have no idea. I just did a search using the critieria you gave, and I thought this program might be helpful.
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    This article: Building dynamic Web sites with mathematical content may give you some pointers..
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    sometimes your computer manual has a table of codes that has all sorts of integrals and power and fraction symbols. also try HTML escape sequence table.

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