The main commands provided by the LaTeXML system are
The usage of these commands can be as simple as
to convert a single document into HTML5 document, Or if you want to examine the XML, for some reason (I usually do)
Or can be as complicated as
to convert a whole set of documents, including a bibliography, into a complete interconnected site. See 2.4 for details.
How best to use the commands depends, of course, on what you are trying to achieve. In the next section, we’ll describe the use of latexml, which performs the conversion to XML. The following sections consider a sequence of successively more complicated postprocessing situations, using latexmlpost, by which one or more TeX sources can be converted into one or more web documents or a complete site.
Additionally, there is a convenience command latexmlmath for converting individual formula into various formats.