[l2h] fancyhdr support in latex2html

Harischandra P Cherukuri Harischandra P Cherukuri <hcheruku@uncc.edu>
Sat, 08 Jan 2000 20:28:01 -0500

Thanks for the help. I appreciate it. 

In my latex file, I used only \lhead, \chead and \rhead commands from
When I first ran latex2html on it, I thought it would do something like
placing the arguments of the \lhead,\chead and \rhead commands
 in a table with one row and three columns. But
then when I saw the manual, I noticed that the fancyhdr package is not


> > 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:
> %begin{latexonly}
>  \fancyheaderCommand{...with an argument...}
>  \anotherfancyCommand{...also with an argument...}
>  ....
>  ....
> %end{latexonly}
> 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