Ed Lightle wrote:
> I tried Richard Comb's method for putting graphics for
> warning symbols on a reference page and creating 2-column
> tables. Everything worked great for printed output but the
> graphics don't show up in my HTML Help output. I found that
> graphics not bounded by an anchored frame (on a body page, I
> suppose) will not appear in the HTML output. Is there any
> way around this?
I'm sure there's a solution, but the specifics depend on how you're
creating the HTML.
For instance, with Mif2Go, there's an [HTMLOptions] setting,
RemoveFramesAbove, that governs whether the Frame Above (ref page
graphic) for all pgfs is converted or ignored. You can also set this on
a per-pgf-format basis.
I think in WWP, there's a mapping setting for what to do with Frame
Above. If not, you might need a macro to insert an <img> tag for the
graphic into the HTML. This should be pretty straightforward, assuming
your graphic is imported by reference and in a suitable file format for
HTML (GIF, JPEG, PNG).
I don't know how (or if) ref page graphics are handled in ePP or Frame's
built-in HTML conversion.
If you post info about what conversion tool you're using and what you've
tried, the experts in that tool can probably help.
Richard G. Combs
Senior Technical Writer
richardDOTcombs AT polycomDOTcom
rgcombs AT gmailDOTcom