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7.8.1 Invoking grohtml

The postprocessor grohtml accepts the following command-line options:


Use this number of bits (= 1, 2 or 4) for text antialiasing. Default: bits = 4.


Do not use text antialiasing.


Use white background.


Store rendered images in the directory dir.


Put the directory dir/devname in front of the search path for the font, prologue and device description files, given the target device name, usually html.


Use this number of bits (= 1, 2 or 4) for antialiasing of drawings. Default: bits = 4.


Do not use antialiasing for drawings.


Use the B element for section headings.


Use the resolution for rendered images. Default: resolution = 100dpi.


Set the images’ stem name. Default: stem = grohtml-XXX (XXX is the process ID).


Place each section in a separate file called stem-n.html (where n is a generated section number).


Do not generate the table of contents.


Generate simple fragment identifiers.


Use vertical padding offset for images.


Display the page rendering progress to stderr.


Do not use horizontal rules to separate headers and footers.


Set the base font size, to be modified using the elements BIG and SMALL.


Generate separate files for sections at level level.


Print the version number.


Generate a validator button at the bottom.


Generate a signature of groff after the validator button, if any.

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