As far as I understand, there are two competing forces when exporting LaTeX to HTML.
If it's in the text (including using
\beginblocks), then the preview mode of
org.elis used, relying on
#+OPTIONS: tex:dvisvgmis specified, then this goes through
dvisvgm, and things are of beauty. (Especially since I can add
--font-format=woffto the options of
dvisvgmand have embedded fonts.)
If it's in a Babel
#+BEGIN_SRC latexblock, then
ob-latextakes the lead. Instead of using
dvisvgm, it uses
htlatexin a arguably cumbersome way.
My problem: I like using Babel, but I want my LaTeX to be executed by
dvisvgm. Is there an easy solution?