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Subject:File names & printing: Frame to HTML From:Carolyn Yount <carolyn -at- tellme -dot- com> To:TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Wed, 19 Jan 2000 12:19:50 -0800
I've used FrameMaker to create a document that I then saved as HTML.
FrameMaker splits the .fm file into several .html files (based on Heading 1) and
add links to these pages
from the main page. I have a few questions about these files:
1. Can you control the file name assigned to each page/html file?
For example, my file names look like:
Spec.htm (main page)
And then the URL for each page looks something like this:
Is there a way to (a) insert the Heading 1 content instead of a number
corresponding to its place within the document (i.e.,
Spec-Heading_1_Content.htm) and (b) remove the #pgfId-xxxxxx from the URL?
2. Is there a way to print the entire document from the main page rather than
having to print each page individually?
If you look at the HTML tag reference, for example, you can print the entire
reference with one print command--and it's in HTML, not a PDF.