3 User-defined HTML page headers and footers
It is now possible to define your own format for the HTML page headers and footers. The default format works as follows: It uses the following gif-files:
- go to the top of next page (ur.gif)
- go to the top of the previous page (ul.gif)
- go to the bottom of next page (lr.gif)
- go to the bottom of the previous page (ll.gif)
- go to the first page (fp.gif)
- go to the last page (lp.gif)
There is also an empty transparent GIF file de.gif to be used in the ``end-point'' hyperlinks which are not shown (e.g. the link to the next page on the last page.) The default header format will provide 6 of the above icons on top of each page, pointing to the first, the last, the previous (top and bottom) and the next page (again, top and bottom). The default footer contains just the link to the top of the next page.
To implement your own HTML header and footer formatting, you should override the definitions of the
\htmlheader and \htmlfooter macros. You should not modify the export.sty file, but place your new definitions into your document right after the \usepackage{export} line.