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CSS, Character Sets, and so on

 

An HTML-file can carry a number of tags in the HTML-header, which is created automatically by Hyperlatex. There are two commands to create such header tags:

\htmlcss creates a link to a cascaded style sheet. The single

argument is the URL of the style sheet. The tag will be added to every node created after the command has been processed. Use an empty argument to turn of the CSS link.

\htmlcharset tags the HTML-file as being encoded in a particular

character set. Use an empty argument to turn off creation of the tag.

Here is an example:

\htmlcss{http://www.w3.org/StyleSheets/Core/Modernist}
\htmlcharset{EUC-KR}

Tom Sgouros, September 13, 2005

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