RapidTeX is an easy document markup language that focuses on exporting to LaTeX and HTML. The source files are far more intuitive since they resemble plain text files more than HTML or LaTeX, are faster to edit, and are easier to read. But extensive features like graphics, complicated tables, and lists are also supported. Unicode (UTF-8) is also supported, and takes a key position in this document markup language.
TeX2Page makes Web pages from TeX manuscripts. It reads an input document that is marked in a TeX format and produces an output document with the functionally-equivalent HTML markup. It uses the same input file syntax, calling conventions, and error-recovery mechanisms as TeX, and thus demands no additional expertise of a user already familiar with TeX. It runs on modern Schemes and Common Lisp.