Need a document converted into HTML, like a blog post or story excerpt? I'll convert up to 500 words of formatted text—with italics, links, accent marks, symbols—into valid, proper HTML for you!
(Note that things like text color, size, and spacing aren't HTML; they're CSS. Please see my gig extras if you want CSS in your end file.)
To convert your file, I'll need the formatted text in need of conversion. The text must include the boldface, italics, lists, tables, etc. that you want in the final HTML.
I'll also need to know what you're using this HTML for. Amazon book descriptions, WordPress posts, server-side uploads—all change how I have to do the code.
I can work with files from Microsoft Word (DOC & DOCX), Open Office (ODT), rich text programs (RTF), and Pages (PAGES).
Spreadsheets (Excel, Open Office, or Numbers), PDF, or PSD files can also be converted, for an extra fee. (Please see the related gig extra.)
If my gig or the extras don't quite cover what you're looking for in the realm of HTML and CSS, please message me.