I beta tested it for about a year, and I can tell you that it does better
HTML export than any previous version.
That said, I haven't tried to export hundreds or thousands of pages.... And
I can't give you a URL; most of the stuff I was working with was
proprietary.

I think best case it may meet your needs out of the box (and I wouldn't be
surprised if your needs are pretty staightforward).
Worst case is you have the fallback of MIF2Go which always produces spiffy
output. And you would also have the option of outputting through RoboHelp
if you wished.



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On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 3:52 PM, Austin Meredith <kou...@kouroo.info> wrote:

>   A message from a Doubting Thomas: We read Adobe's assertion, that with
> the latest version of FM we become able to transform our files directly
> into good-looking web pages. However, this isn't the first time the
> corporation has claimed this for its product and with earlier versions of
> FM it simply was not true. Now the latest version of FM has been available
> for some months and yet we haven't seen anyone claim on this discussion
> list, that this time they have succeeded.
>
>  We're standing by, to purchase a new PC with the latest Microsoft
> operating system and such, on which to install this latest FM version.
> Funding has been approved and we're ready to go to town! --But, we're
> hesitant. A scalded dog runs away from dishwater.
>
>  What gives? Has anyone actually done this yet? Has anyone now been able
> to directly transform their FM files into good-looking web pages? Can
> someone provide the URL for an example of this?
>
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