Not to worry, Ken.
While TMG reports can be output as HTML, I don't think that's the best way to create web pages from your TMG data. The problem is two-fold. First, TMG's reports are designed for paper output, that is, to make the most use of a two dimensional media. As such, they don't take much advantage of the hyper-linking and multi-media capabilities that are the foundation of web sites. The other is that the formatting capabilities are pretty basic. Few of the techniques used in websites are available.
A much better approach, in my view, is to use a program called Second Site to create your website. It reads all of the TMG data, so Sentences for narrative output, Sources with all the detail, etc., are all preserved. It has a multitude of formatting options, and lots of auxiliary features, like charts, maps, image galleries, and more.
For details, see the website of John Cardinal
, the author. You might also want to look at my own Second Site Tips
articles for some idea of the flexibility of the program.