Here you can find some useful tips how to make your printing
output looking prettier.
Print output oriented attributes of standard HTML/LON CAPA tags
- <h1>-<hN> TeXsize attribute
- <basefont> TeXsize attribute
- <font> TeXsize attribute
- <hr> TeXwidth attribute
- <table> TeXwidth attribute
- <table> TeXDropEmptyColumns attribute
- <td> TeXwidth attribute
- <th> TeXwidth attribute
- <img> TeXwidth attribute
- <img> TeXheight attribute
- <img> TeXwrap attribute This attribute
controls how the generated LaTeX attempts to wrap
text around figures when a horizontal alignment
has been requested in the IMG tag. Unfortunately, LATEXis
not really built to do this and there are no known perfect
solutions. This attribute has two possible values:
- texwrap - (the default) uses the texwrap environment to attemp to
get text to wrap around the picture. This requires either a "left" or
"right" alignment, and works well in most cases.
- parpic - uses the picins package \parpic to attempt to get text to
wrap around the image. This method places the remainder of the text of
the paragraph containing the picture to the left or right of the picture.
This scheme has two drawbacks: If the remainder of the paragraph text is
insufficient to fill the area to the side of the image, the text from the
following paragraph will run through the image, parpic also seems to not
do a good job of honoring the end of the page, and images can spill below
the page footers generated by Lon-CAPA.