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7.8.1 Invoking grohtml

The postprocessor grohtml accepts the following command-line options:

-abits
Use this number of bits (= 1, 2 or 4) for text antialiasing. Default: bits = 4.
-a0
Do not use text antialiasing.
-b
Use white background.
-Ddir
Store rendered images in the directory dir.
-Fdir
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.
-gbits
Use this number of bits (= 1, 2 or 4) for antialiasing of drawings. Default: bits = 4.
-g0
Do not use antialiasing for drawings.
-h
Use the B element for section headings.
-iresolution
Use the resolution for rendered images. Default: resolution = 100dpi.
-Istem
Set the images' stem name. Default: stem = grohtml-XXX (XXX is the process ID).
-jstem
Place each section in a separate file called stem-n.html (where n is a generated section number).
-l
Do not generate the table of contents.
-n
Generate simple fragment identifiers.
-ooffset
Use vertical paddding offset for images.
-p
Display the page rendering progress to stderr.
-r
Do not use horizontal rules to separate headers and footers.
-ssize
Set the base font size, to be modified using the elements BIG and SMALL.
-Slevel
Generate separate files for sections at level level.
-v
Print the version number.
-V
Generate a validator button at the bottom.
-y
Generate a signature of groff after the validator button, if any.