[l2h] fancyhdr support in latex2html

Ross Moore Ross Moore <ross@ics.mq.edu.au>
Fri, 7 Jan 2000 08:52:34 +1100 (EST)

> Hello:
> I have a file that uses the fancyhdr package. When I run latex2html on
> this, I get the message that `fancyhdr' is not supported.According to
> the
> manual, fancyhdr is not one of the packages supported by
> LaTeX2html. 
> Is there a workaround to this (apart from the obvious way of not using
> the fancydhr package)?

Being not supported does not mean that your documents will fail
with LaTeX2HTML. You just won't get the fancy heading effects.

You may also get some messages about commands being not defined.
These are harmless, unless you find that text-strings that were
meant to be arguments to these commands appear within the HTML pages.
In that case, you can use "conditional code" markers within
your document source:

 \fancyheaderCommand{...with an argument...}
 \anotherfancyCommand{...also with an argument...}

If you actually want fancy heading effects in the HTML pages,
then this must be done using style-sheet entries for the
heading tags:  <H1> <H2> ....
That is a completely different aspect to the translation
which isn't handled directly by LaTeX2HTML;
but whatever tagging you design can certainly be used with
the HTML pages that the translation produces.

Hope this helps,

	Ross Moore

> Thanks in advance.
> --Harish 
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