[l2h] Too many <p>'s

Ross Moore ross@ics.mq.edu.au
Sun, 18 Nov 2001 12:21:47 +1100 (EST)

> Hi All,

Here's another suggestion:

> I have found a couple of interesting things.  I am making a slide show 
> with some figures etc using latex2html.  On one slide I have a page that 
> has:
> \subsection*{Title}
> \begin{itemize}
> \item Some text here
> \end{itemize}
> %
> \begin{figure}[H]
> \centering \mbox{ \epsfig{file=file.eps,width=100mm}}
> %\label{fig:temp}
> \end{figure}
> If I convert it to html, then I get (basicaly the right thing!), but I get 
> an extra "<p></p>" right above the "<DIV ALIGN="CENTER">" in the html 
> code.
> If I uncomment the label line in the latex, then I get an extra <p></p> 
> around the anchor that defines the label.  
> Normally I wouldn't care about this type of thing, but when space on a 
> "slide" is a premium, I do care.  Obviously, I can go through and remove 
> the extra <p>'s.  
> Is there an easy way to suppress these types of things.  Can someone 
> suggest where in the latex2html code where I could remove these?  

Try the effect of  \htmlborder  inside the figures;

\centering \mbox{ \epsfig{file=file.eps,width=100mm}}


\centering \mbox{ \epsfig{file=file.eps,width=100mm}}

Make sure you  \usepackage{html} so that  \htmlborder  is defined
for LaTeX runs on your job.
> [BTW, I reallly do like latex2html, it is a fantastic tool.  Keep up the 
> good work!]

Hope this helps,

	Ross Moore

> Thanks,
> Craig.
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