pamtohtmltbl



Pamtohtmltbl User Manual(0)                        Pamtohtmltbl User Manual(0)




NAME

       pamtohtmltbl - convert pnm/pam visual image to an HTML table



SYNOPSIS

       pamtohtmltbl [-transparent=color] [-verbose] [file]

       Minimum  unique abbreviation of option is acceptable.  You may use dou-
       ble hyphens instead of single hyphen to denote options.   You  may  use
       white space in place of the equals sign to separate an option name from
       its value.




DESCRIPTION

       This program is part of Netpbm(1).

       pamtohtmltbl converts a visual image to an HTML table with one cell per
       pixel.   The  cell  is  empty,  but its background color is that of the
       pixel.

       file is a PBM, PGM, PPM, or PAM file.  If PAM, it must  be  a  standard
       visual  image  of tuple type RGB, GRAYSCALE, or BLACKANDWHITE, or some-
       thing equivalent with extra higher numbered channels, but  pamtohtmltbl
       doesn’t check the tuple type; it just assumes.

       Note that the more normal way to include a visual image in an HTML doc-
       ument is with a <IMG> tag.



OPTIONS

       -transparent=color
              This option indicates that pixels of the specified color are  to
              be transparent in the HTML table.  The table cell for a pixel of
              this color will have no background color specified.

              Specify the color (color) as described for the argument  of  the
              ppm_parsecolor() library routine .



       -verbose
              This  option  causes  pamtohtmltbl to display messages about the
              conversion process.



SEE ALSO

       pnm(1) pam(1)



HISTORY

       pamtohtmltbl was new in Netpbm 10.15 (April 2003).




AUTHORS

       Alexander B. Ivanov (SSH) wrote a program he  called  pnm2html.   Bryan
       Henderson  adapted it to use the Netpbm libraries and handle PAM images
       and follow Netpbm conventions, and named it pamtohtmltbl.



netpbm documentation             29 March 2003     Pamtohtmltbl User Manual(0)

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