13 Frames
Version 1.5 of the TeXpider supports generation of HTML frames out of a single LATEX source. The relevant syntax is defined by the new environments \frameset and \frame.
The
\frameset environment has two arguments. The first one must be either the letter c (columns) or the letter r (rows) and defines how the frames should be layed out (vertically or horizontally). The second defines the initial allocation of screen space for each frame, in HTML syntax. For example,
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\begin{frameset}{r}{10\%,*}
defines two frames, arranged vertically, with 10% of the screen area going to the first frame, and the rest to the second.
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\begin{frameset}{c}{100,1*,2*}
defines three column frames, arranged horizontally, with the first 100-pixel wide, and third twice as wide as the second. For more details here, please see HTML documentation.
The
frame environment should be used only within frameset. It delimits individual frame data. The numb