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- Subject: [mg70458] Literal HTML
- From: "Goyder, Hugh " <h.g.d.goyder at cranfield.ac.uk>
- Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2006 02:58:16 -0400 (EDT)
I would like to be able to save a notebook using Save As Special | HTML
but with some cells copied literally into the HTML. In particular, I am
using Martin Kraus's excellent LiveGraphics3D, which does not require
you to know HTML but does require a few lines of HTML to be inserted
into the HTML file.
Thus I would like to have a cell with the lines
<APPLET ARCHIVE="live.jar" CODE="Live.class" WIDTH=800
<PARAM NAME=BGCOLOR VALUE=#FFFFFF>
<PARAM NAME=MAGNIFICATION VALUE=1.>
<PARAM NAME=INPUT_FILE VALUE="Fig 1.lg">
copied directly into the HTML literally. I have tried adding the option
ConversionRules to the cell but without success. Perhaps I have got the
rules wrong or perhaps there is another method?
At the moment I have to hand cut and paste the extra HTML into the file
that Mathematica has converted.
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