I have been struggling to get a good version of the index of the Cauchy-Schwarz Master Class on the web. What I really want is a great list of all the named inequalites and a snippet about what the CSMC says about them. This would be a ton of work, so I looked for an easy way out. Originally I just posted the PDF file from the text.
This was not very satisfactory. The problem was that I could not find any good way to add introductory material or to provide navigation, such as links back to my home page or to the back to the main Cauchy-Schwarz Master Class page. It's better now but there is still room to go.
My next idea was to use the Latex to HTML translation tools. This should have worked but didn't. Maybe you can help me. At last, I resorted to use the kind of trick that I (at least partially) understand --- Google!
When Google sees a PDF file, it converts it on the fly to an HTML file so that indexing and other actions can be done in a systematic way. Still, Google saves the converted file, and you can use it. You have to strip out the stuff at the top, and then you have to deal with the fact that what is left specifies absolute position. You can change the position co-ordinates with a Perl program, or (if you are lazy like me) you can fill the gap at with introductory material --- as I have done. NOW, we have the index. Cheers!