Re: WebWorks Publisher woes

Subject: Re: WebWorks Publisher woes
From: Mary McWilliams Johnson <mary -at- SUPERCONNECT -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 2 Sep 1998 08:47:38 -0500

FrameMaker 5.5 comes with a built-in HTML converter, HotTamale, which I am
told works much better than WebWorks Publisher. It also comes with the full
Acrobat suite.


Mary McWilliams Johnson
McJohnson Communications
Documentation Specialist
Web Site Design, Development and Graphics

At 01:20 PM 9/2/98 -0400, Chris Lange wrote:
>Our shop is using Quadralay's WebWorks Publisher to generate html files
>outta Frame. The guru that set up our template and actually /knows/
>something about it has since left which leaves me with the troubleshooting
>responsibilties. Across a library of 11 books, I'm seeing some recurring
>behavior that I can't explain. The resulting html from WWP appears to omit
>some tags (like overlooking a </H3> tag), misplace tags (like not
>italicizing the first letter of a book title that has been
>crossreferenced), and ignore tags (like not italicizing a cross reference
>in one place, but italicizing it in another, even though both were coded in
>Frame identically). Am I having problems and if so, on which end would you
>suspect first? Is WWP like the scanner's of old, only expected to pick up
>95% of what you expect?
> Chris
>Chris Lange
>clange -at- sdicorp -dot- com
>SDI Piedmont
>(919) 854-9222 x47

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