If you have ever checked the messy HTML caused by doing the following Save as HTML From Microsoft Word, you can enjoy [Jim Yuill]His motivation WordWebNav (WWN) project. [Jim] Use Word to record his technical projects and want a simple way to generate web pages. Not only the HTML generated by Word is almost unreadable, [Jim] Note that there are also known bugs. His project attempts to solve these shortcomings and adds new features such as navigation panes and titles. This is a link to a virtual project It demonstrates these functions.
Of course, there are other ways to generate web pages from your technical documentation-such as Markdown/Pandoc combinations, various Wiki solutions, or GitHub Pages. If you focus on Python, there is always the Jupyter Notebooks / JupyterLab method we wrote in 2019. But these methods assume that the source document is in a certain format. If you have many years of existing documents in Word, or you prefer (or are required to) use Word, [Jim]The WWN tool may be of interest.
Open source programs based on Python can be found in the following locations GitHub repository of the project. [Jim] There is a lot of experience in writing software, and the clean and well-organized source code reflects this. Do you convert project documents into HTML for browsing, whether local or online? If so, please share your technique in the comments below.