[l2h] Customising the appearance of web pages created with l2h

Paul Lussier pll@mclinux.com
Mon, 24 Sep 2001 15:16:25 -0400

Hi all,

I'm trying to convert a large document created with LyX to a 
web-based document with l2h.  All the documents our group creates has 
a relatively standard look and feel which I'm trying to maintain with 
this document.

What I need to do is relatively simple:

	1. set the background color of the page
	2. set the link and vlink colors
	3. create a 1-row x 3 column table at the top of every
	   node which contains our Company and group logos (lef/right)
	   and the document title (centered).

In otherwords, all I really want is this chunk of html added into 
each web page generated by l2h:

	<body bgcolor="#A09890" TEXT="#000060" VLINK="#000060">

	<table BORDER=0 WIDTH="100%">
	 <td ALIGN=LEFT WIDTH="33%">
	  <img SRC="images/logo.gif" WIDTH=167 HEIGHT=66>
	  <h1>System Administration Homepage</h1>
	 <td ALIGN=RIGHT WIDTH="33%">
	  <img SRC="images/sys_admin.gif" ALT="sysadmin logo" WIDTH=169 height=69>

That's pretty much it.

I've been through the man page, and even looked through "The LaTeX 
Web Companion" book and still can't figure out how to do this.

Does anyone have any ideas how l2h could help?  I get the impression 
that it can, I just can't figure out how.



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