# [l2h] Ignoring \paragraph

Algis Kabaila akabaila at pcug.org.au
Thu Nov 9 07:52:18 CET 2006

Hello Ross,

On Thursday 09 November 2006 17:19, Ross Moore wrote:
> Hello Algis,
>
> On 09/11/2006, at 4:06 PM, Algis Kabaila wrote:
> > Generally speaking, l2h translation does a magnificent job.
> > However, the
> > separate page creation can be a problem.  In several places, I have
> > very
> > small examples in the text and have marked them as \paragraph for the
> > statement of example AND for the solution.  l2h creates a separate
> > page for
> > each paragraph, so I end up with some pages that only have one or
> > two lines
> > text.  So I would like latex2html "ignore" \paragraph moniker as
> > far as page
> > creation is concerned.
> >
> > I had a look at the l2hconf.pm file (long and well commented), but
> > can not
> > find how to tell l2h to "ignore" \paragraph.
>
> Play with the  -split  command-line option,
> or the  $MAX_SPLIT_DEPTH parameter. > > e.g. look at the effect of each of > > latex2html -split 4 ...other options... filename.tex > latex2html -split 5 ...other options... filename.tex > latex2html -split 6 ...other options... filename.tex > > Keep increasing the number until you get what you want. > (I think 6 is correct, but it may depend upon which document-class > you are using.) After some trepidation, I chose "book" as the document class. > > You may also need to adjust -link <num> which controls > the$MAX_LINK_DEPTH  parameter, to ensure that you have
> links to the separate pages.
>
> > There is no way that I know to specify a small heading, other than
> > paragraph.
> > (\emph is really not suitable for that).  How can I stop the
> > latex2html
> > creating a separate page for each paragraph?  Is there an
> > alternative way in
> > LaTex markup to create headers for paragraphs that do not signal to
> > latex2html to create a separate page?
> >
> > Does anybody else have a similar experience or is it just my old
> > ignorance of
> > the tools that are on my desktop?
>
> The  -split <num>  and  -link <num>   are basic options which
> need to be used to control this kind of situation.
> It's actually a very common situation.
>
> Some documents want all sectioning commands to start new pages;
> others do not. The various options give you the control that
> you need.
>
> > I would be most grateful to any suggestions and answers,
> >
> > OldAl
> > in sunny Canberra with fresh mornings and hot mid-days.
> > --
> > Algis Kabaila (Dr)
>
> Hope this helps,
>
It sure helps - I can play around with the options!

Beg Thank You,

OldAl.

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A.
> 	Ross Moore
>
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Algis Kabaila (Dr)
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