catdoc to preview Word documents from the command line. Is there something similar for HTML?
In other words I would like to do
cathtml Webpage.html | less and get more or less a
man page look output.
You can use
but not exactly a look similar to man pages, it depends on the html input, of course.
There are these so-called text html browsers, of which I have successfully tested Lynks and eLinks. Of which elinks has became my favorite.
Anyway, they are different than a "web page previewers" as you suggest in your question. They are more like active real time browsers, which carries on lots of useful features for an easy web browsing and of course, you can also use it for local/remote web pages preview.
My elinks screenshot for you to see elinks in action:
You could use
An example command syntax:
It can be used with both URL's as well as file-based html files
One solution is to use
You can set the number of columns of the terminal for getting the better layout, for example, if you are using a full-window terminal, 200 can be a good try: