Re: Converting Frame to HTML - template problems?

Subject: Re: Converting Frame to HTML - template problems?
From: <technicoid -at- cableone -dot- net>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 03 Mar 2004 10:48:21 -0700

Hi, Eloh.

>Specifically though, I am having problems with how the HTML pages are
>created when converted. For example: after setting specific headings as
>the start of new Web pages (manual, level1, title, titleC, etc.) I get the
>multiple HTML pages that seem necessary. However, some of the content that
>should follow the headings to their new Web page is often left behind on
>the first (.htm) page created and I have to manually cut&paste the chunks
>to the appropriate page.
>Another problem I haven't figured out how to fix is the layout of notes
>and warning paragraphs. The original Frame files use a two-column setup
>and the .gif image with the "note arrow" and the "warning triangle" are in
>the left column in front of the corresponding text. But when the Web pages
>are created, the text is preceded by a bullet and the .gif falls on the
>next line -after- the text.

Sounds like you're using the built-in HTML export feature. Frankly, I've always found this
feature to be too buggy to use reliably. I use WWP and find it more than adequate to do durn near
anything I want.

Frame 7 ships with a basic version of WWP--more like a filter, really. It doesn't give you much
control over the tags that are used, but if you use the Dynamic HTML template, you should be able
to control quite a bit of the style. Have you tried using WWP Standard instead of the built in
export filter?

technicoid -at- cableone -dot- net

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