HTML HEADER FILEName:
Most desired features can be implemented at either the beginning or the end of the HTML file. Dataplot's approach is to allow the user the specify a file that contains the header (or footer) information.
If no header file is given, Dataplot will generate the default plain vanilla header. If a header file is given, Dataplot will use that file instead. You can also specify a footer file to appear at the end of the HTML file.
If a header file is specified, Dataplot does no syntax checking of the file. It is assumed that your header file contains all the header information (i.e., everything between the <HEAD> and <HEAD> tags) and that it includes a <BODY> tag. Likewise, if a footer file is specified, Dataplot does no syntax checking and it assumes that this file contains the <BODY> and <HTML> tags.
The header and footer files are handled independently. That is, you can specify one or both (or neither).
where <file> is the name of the file containing the HTML header information.
where <file> is the name of the file containing the HTML footer information.
SET HTML FOOTEE FILE SED_FOOTER.HTML
SET HTML HEADER FILE SED_HEADER.HTM SET HTML FOOTER FILE SED_HEADER.HTM LINE BLANK CHARACTER X TITLE AUTOMATIC DEVICE 2 POSTSCRIPT ORIIENTATION LANDSCAPE WORDPERFECT CAPTURE HTML PLOT.HTM PLOT SIN(X) FOR X = -6 0.1 6 DEVICE 2 CLOSE END OF CAPTURE