Well, depending on long your books are, this could be a really poor idea if people have enough time to go down to Starbucks and get coffee while the "page" loads.
The whole idea of web publishing is usually to have discrete chunks of information / pages that are linked, not vice versa, so it sounds as if someone's not quite clear on the concept. That aside, I'm 95% sure that MIF2Go by omsys.com has a one-page option for output to HTML. You could grab the eval and check... Art On 5/17/07, Neil Tubb <neil.tubb at solacesystems.com> wrote: > Hi everyone, > > > > For my company's various SDK programming guides, I've been told to stop > producing PDF versions, and switch to a single HTML page version for > each book. Of course, I would like to continue authoring in Frame, and > my quick initial tests using the FM save-as-HTML look not too bad...but > clearly I'm going to spending a fair amount of time cleaning up the look > of the document. The FM-produced CSS is not very pretty. > > > > I considered using ePublisher, but I believe it always creates a minimum > of one HTML file per FM chapter. This would not work. > > > > Does anyone have any other ideas? Or does anyone have a similar > experience they can share? > > > > Cheers, > Neil > > > > __________________________________ > > Neil Tubb > > Senior Technical Writer > > Solace Systems, Inc. > > 535 Legget Drive, 6th Floor > > Ottawa, ON K2K 3B8 > -- Art Campbell art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson No disclaimers apply. DoD 358