Re: Page breaks in HTML

Subject: Re: Page breaks in HTML
From: Mary McWilliams Johnson <mary -at- SUPERCONNECT -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 29 Sep 1998 04:36:55 -0500

One safe way to assure your formatting (fonts, page breaks, etc.) remains
intact is to convert your document to PDF using Acrobat. If you're going to
do a lot of conversion of documents for Web usage, Acrobat is the logical
choice. I understand Frame 5.5 comes with Acrobat.

Cordially,

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Mary McWilliams Johnson
McJohnson Communications
Documentation Specialist
Web Site Design, Development and Graphics
www.superconnect.com
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At 02:19 PM 9/28/98 -0400, Gerrior, Suzanne wrote:
>I'm hoping that someone can help me solve this problem quickly.
>
>I converted my user guide (done with FrameMaker) into HTML using
>Webworks. When I opened the document in Internet Explorer the TOC looks
>great, each title appears on a separate line. However, when I open it in
>a Hot Java browser (Sun) the titles appear on one line and the fonts are
>all the same size for all the headers.
>
>Does anyone know how I can fix this problem so the TOC topics in the Hot
>Java browser appears on separate lines and with different fonts?
>
>Thanks
>
>Suzanne Gerrior
>Documentation Specialist
>Jazz Media Network
>Montreal, Qc.
>(514) 931-7009 ext.255
>
>================================================================


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