[l2h] How can I linke a single page to cgi?

David Smead David Smead <smead@amplepower.com>
Thu, 20 Jan 2000 16:35:07 -0800 (PST)


Is this a trick question?  The following example works.

\htmladdnormallink{Organic Gardening Down Under -- A Great Site}
{http://www.organicdownunder.com/site\%20index.htm} \\


David Smead

On Thu, 20 Jan 100, Ross Moore wrote:

> > Horst,
> > 
> > I'm still not sure what you want.  Do you want an html page to show up
> > that has a reference to a cgi where that cgi lists the other pages that
> > can be downloaded?  You'd make the html page as normal using l2h with
> > the reference to the cgi.
> I think what he wants is to include a link to a remote place
> (whether it be an HTML page or a cgi script is not really relevant)
> as if it were a section in a LaTeX2HTML-generated document.
> In terms of Perl programming, it means creating an entry for the
>  %section_info  hash  and  %toc_section_info  hash,
> without there being a local page corresponding to these entries.
> In a sense this is what happens when using the Segmentation strategy,
> by reading from the sections.pl  and  contents.pl  files of the
> document segments.
> Thus you could obtain what you need by constructing these .pl files
> in some external editor, and using \internal commands to read them.
> You'll also need to  \setcounter{section}{....} or {subsection} etc.
> to keep the (internal) numbering consistent for the whole document.
> Maybe you'll need a .ptr file as well.
> Read about the Segmentation feature in the LaTeX2HTML documentation,
> or in The LaTeX Web Companion, \S (pp.145+)
> Others have asked for this sort of feature,
> so maybe I'll try to devise a simpler way to achieve it.
> (But don't hold your breath waiting for it.  ;-)
> Hope this helps,
> 	Ross Moore