[Scribus] Scribus .sla to .html

Scott scotbicknel
Sun Jan 6 16:39:40 CET 2008

On Sunday 06 January 2008 7:29:53 am Gregory Pittman wrote:
> > You should look at the way the LaTeX to HTML converters do
> > this. They make a hyperlinked table of contents and for
> > footnotes they link the number to another page with the
> > reference on it. Another idea is create a way to structure
> > documents in Scribus like it is possible in OpenOffice.org.
> In the end, I think Scribus is simply the wrong tool for that
> job. What is really needed is something that works like
> Scribus -- setting up frames, importing images, placing things
> with some lower level of precision, but then creating an html
> file instead of PDF. Regardless of some way of "translating"
> Scribus positioning and other features, some kind of manual
> tweaking will be necessary.

Kword does this. It is a frames-based word processor that can 
save as html. I don't know how well it translates frames into 
html for positioning, but it is worth looking at.
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