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pamtohtmltbl - convert pnm/pam visual image to an HTML table
pamtohtmltbl [-transparent=color] [-verbose] [file]
Minimum unique abbreviation of option is acceptable. You may use double 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.
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 something 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 document is with a
Not all web browsers render tables as pamtohtmltbl expects, and therefore show a grossly
distorted image. Internet Explorer 7 on Windows and Opera 9.02 on Windows have been seen
to work; Firefox 18.104.22.168 on the same Windows system has been seen not to.
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
Specify the color (color) as described for the argument of the ppm_parsecolor()
library routine <libppm.html#colorname> .
This option causes pamtohtmltbl to display messages about the conversion process.
pamtohtmltbl was new in Netpbm 10.15 (April 2003).
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
netpbm documentation 13 October 2008 Pamtohtmltbl User Manual(0)
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