texi2any generates Info output by default, but given the
--html option, it will generate HTML, for web browsers and
other programs. This chapter gives some details on such HTML output.
texi2any has many user-definable customization variables
with which you can influence the HTML output. See Customization Variables. In particular, there is support for syntax highlighting in
@example (see Code Examples Syntax Highlighting in HTML). You can also write so-called
initialization files, or init files for short, to modify almost
every aspect of HTML output formatting. Initialization files contain code and
are loaded by --init-file (see Invoking
texi2any from a Shell).
Some initialization files are maintained with Texinfo and installed in the default case. For example, chm.pm produces the intermediate compressed HTML Help format files that can be subsequently converted to the CHM format.
The documentation of
texi2any HTML output adaptation using
customization files is in a separate manual. See GNU
texi2any Output Customization.