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Subject:RE: HTML ToC and Index From:"Jessica N. Lange" <jlange -at- oee -dot- com> To:"TechWR-L" <TECHWR-L -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>, "JG" <johng -at- zyxel -dot- com -dot- tw> Date:Mon, 27 Mar 2000 08:25:01 -0500
John wondered "How can I create a "real" HTML ToC and Index?"
Have you considered Microsoft's HTMLHelp workshop? Also free;
does allow *fairly* easy creation of TOC/Index; it can be served to
users as a compiled file instead of the multitude of HTML files
plain vanilla HTML Help requires; does require IE on users machine,
but user can still use NN for preferred browser.
The only program I've come across for *easy* creation and
maintenance of an HTML index is pricey: 240.00 US$ but it
does get good reviews:
For *lots* more information and help on HTML Help, you might
want to check out the Winhelp mailing list (yup, they discuss
WinHelp Mail List home page (to subscribe):