html-sizes.el lets Emacs update file sizes in a HTML web page for downloads and images. A download size like

<a href="somefile.tar.gz">binaries</a> (123k)
<a href="anotherfile.tar.gz">sources</a> (1.27 Mbytes)
has its size taken from the local file of that name and offered to update in the style of perform-replace. PDF files can have number of pages too (or instead),
<a href="document.pdf">my document</a> (200k, 10 pages)
<img> file width and height are updated similarly
<img src="foo.png" width=20 height=10>
A <meta name="generator"> tag can be added or updated too, as a bit of fun to show you wrote HTML with Emacs.

html-sizes.el is free software (free as in freedom), published under the terms of the GNU General Public License (v3 or up).

Download version 18 here,

The sig is a Gnu PG ascii armoured signature for html-sizes.el, generated from my key.

imgsizer can do a similar <img> width/height update using python, not interactive.

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File sizes on this page updated with html-sizes.el.
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