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Global Website Index

In the common_navigation_panel subroutine override in the supplied .latex2html-init file, there is a commented-out section which provides a link to your ``global index file''. These lines are commented out because you probably don't have such a file. See http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~jos/GlobalJOSIndex.html for an example of such a file. I generate this file using a Perl script which spiders my website and creates a hyperlink to every .html file it finds, using the TITLE tag as the anchor text. If you title your web pages well, the ``global index'' can be a useful resource, and a fast way to ``get around'' when you know what you're looking for. (Using the supplied .latex2html-init defaults, HTML page titles will consist of paper titles, section titles, and subsection titles. Choose your section and subsection titles carefully!)


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