David, Chuck, and all

Thanks a mil for the tips. It works great!
However, I went through the online help (Getting Started, User Guide and 
Template Reference are the only parts provided) and I browsed the program files 
on my system but couldn't find any mention of a Style Designer nor Filename 
marker anywhere so far...
Is the Style Designer a panel in the application itself? (with this bl**dy 
localised application which is btw badly translated, I can't find my way)
On the other hand, the online help doesn't fully match my actual WWStd 
application (v8.0), there are some discrepancies between online help and the 
actual application. (not talking about the fact that the online help is only 
half-way translated... Leading to my second question about how to get back to 
the English version of WWStd when running on a French OS).

Many thanks again for your prompt replies and to all for this great list.
Elisa

-----Message d'origine-----
De : David Schor [mailto:dsch.tw at gmail.com] 
Envoy? : Wednesday, May 23, 2007 8:41 AM
? : Elisabeth SABOT; framers at lists.frameusers.com
Objet : Re: Webworks Std - Html output naming

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.

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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
>

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