[tex4ht] Including vector graphics (graphicx and PDF files)
Hans Georg Schaathun
georg+tex at schaathun.net
Thu Jan 7 17:32:05 CET 2016
Dear Michal, others,
On Thu, Jan 07, 2016 at 04:23:06PM +0100, Michal Hoftich wrote:
> > The preferred solution would be to use SVG vector graphics on the web
> > page. Whether tex4ht does the PDF->SVG conversion or I do it separately
> > matters little. I have tried to google, but all the hits seems to be
> > concerned with generating SVG from tikz and maths, which is not
> > quite the problem.
> You can convert your images to svg using inkcape:
> inkscape -z fplot.eps --export-plain-svg=fplot.svg
> but you need to configure tex4ht to include svg images, see attached
> file hej.cfg. You can change the value in `\emwidth` command to
> influence the displayed image size.
How do I employ the hej.cfg file?
I thought such config files would be included in the first list
of options on the command line, like this:
htlatex graphics.tex "xhtml,2,hej,mathml,charset=utf-8" \
"-cmozhtf -utf8" "-cvalidate"
However, this command still produces a PNG file which is used
in the <img> element in HTML. Where did I err?
BTW. What is the purpose of
in the config?
:-- Hans Georg
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