Re: FrameMaker 'change bar' equivalents in HTML?

Subject: Re: FrameMaker 'change bar' equivalents in HTML?
From: Mitch Berg <mberg -at- IS -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 06:05:36 -0600

At 08:05 AM 4/2/97 +0000, Annie wrote:
>
>As part of our internal intranet project, we expect to get the software
>developers to make their draft product specifications etc available
>online. They will be using WebWorks to convert their FrameMaker
>documents to HTML. At the moment, they rely heavily on change bars to
>show what has changed since the previous version of a document. I know
>WebWorks doesn't support change bars, and I am not sure how we can
>replicate this feature in HTML.

>Anyone else had this problem, and come up with an elegant solution?

I don't know about elegant - but we made a character tag for new text. It
included change bars (as part of the char tag, not the doc format) for print
use.

In WebWorks, we set this char tag to display Blue, and told everyone what
it meant.

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