Somewhere in WW, you probably have to define the reference to the "Filename" marker (we use a different marker name where I work). Check in the Style Designer.
-- David Schor Senior Technical Writer RADLAN, a Marvell Company Tel: (+972) 3 7662823 Cellular: (+972) 54 4788253 E-mail: dschor at marvell.com Web: www.marvell.com On 5/22/07, Charles Beck <Charles.Beck at infor.com> wrote: > Hi Elisa, > > I think I can help with the first question. It's been awhile since I did > this, but I *think* I remember how to do it. > > What you need to do first is create a new marker type in Framemaker > called "Filename". (This is the part I'm not 100% sure about, but the > WebWorks documentation, I believe, has this procedure somewhere.) > > Then, for each heading that will constitute the beginning of a new file > in HTML, add one of these markers. For the marker text, use what you > want WebWorks to assign as the name of the file, minus the ".htm". For > instance, in the example you gave, you would place a marker in the > "Installing Foo" heading and enter "foo" as the marker text. Add another > marker in the "Configuring Bar" heading and enter "bar" as the marker > text. > > When you generate the output with WebWorks, like magic, WebWorks knows > to assign these as the file names for the output files. > > Like I say, it's been awhile, but I am pretty sure this is right (though > I feel compelled to add the caveat that I have always used WW Pro, not > Standard... Not sure if the Standard version does it any differently). > > HTH, > Chuck >