Txt2html is the original tiny 'no bloat' program that automates the process of splitting up large text files into nice html pages containing all the necessary hyperlinks to all the other pages. It uses the minimum of formatting so that the files can be placed within your own web site layout - a frame, for example - and all of the formatting can be turned off if you wish, including the document titles. Txt2html is a stand-alone 16 bit DOS based program. Each HTM file includes user information such as document titles and page number, and footer information that includes links to every page in the document, next page and backpage, as well as copyright information and the optional link to your home page. You can add an image to each page, and you have the option of adding 'force framing' code to each created html file so that the pages load into a specified web page. A meta description is also added to the html.