Defines settings for HTML pages.
Use the spin buttons Size 1 to Size 7 to define the respective font sizes for the HTML <font size=1> to <font size=7> tags.
Defines the settings for importing HTML documents.
When importing numbers from an HTML page, the decimal separator and the thousands separator characters differ according to the locale of the HTML page. The clipboard however contains no information about the locale. For example, the characters "1.000" copied from a German Web page most possibly mean "one thousand" because the dot-on-the-line is the thousands separator in a German locale. If copied from an English Web page, the same characters stand for the number 1 as in "one dot zero zero zero".
If not marked, numbers will be interpreted according to the setting in Language Settings - Language of - Locale setting in the Options dialogue box. If marked, numbers will be interpreted using the 'English (USA)' locale.
Mark this check box if you want tags that are not recognised by LibreOffice to be imported as fields. For an opening tag, an HTML_ON field will be created with the value of the tag name. For a closing tag, an HTML_OFF will be created. These fields will be converted to tags in the HTML export.
Mark this check box to ignore all font settings when importing. The fonts that were defined in the HTML Page Style will be the fonts that will be used.
Mark this check box to include the LibreOffice Basic instructions when exporting to HTML format.
You must activate this option before you create the LibreOffice Basic Script, since otherwise it will not be inserted. LibreOffice Basic Scripts must be located in the header of the HTML document. Once you have created the macro in the LibreOffice Basic IDE, it appears in the source text of the HTML document in the header.
If this field is marked, when exporting to HTML a warning is shown that LibreOffice Basic macros will be lost.
If you mark this field, the print layout of the current document (for example, table of contents with justified page numbers and dot leaders) is exported as well. It can be read by LibreOffice, Mozilla Firefox, and MS Internet Explorer.
The HTML filter supports CSS2 (Cascading Style Sheets Level 2) for printing documents. These capabilities are only effective if print layout export is activated.
Mark this check box to automatically upload the embedded pictures to the Internet server when uploading using FTP. Use the Save As dialogue box to save the document and enter a complete FTP URL as the file name in the Internet.
Select the appropriate character set for the export.