Olga Klenner wrote: > We use filename markers in FM to generate context-sensitive help with > WWP. > How can I create a filename marker for a mid-topic ID? > > e.g. > Help page is "About.html" => FILENAME marker input is "About". This is > easy. > But: Help page is "Options.html#General" => what do I have to enter into > the FILENAME marker? If I type "Options#General" into the FILENAME marker > a page is created called "Options#General.html which in not what is > needed.
I recently needed to do something like that in ePublisher Pro 9.2. The solution there was to insert TopicAlias markers, not Filename markers, in FM. In ePP, the TopicAlias marker type is set to a value of "Topic alias." Since I started from an existing FM/ePP project, I'm not sure if someone had to set this up manually or it's there by default. I still have a minor annoyance, though (and maybe some WebWorks guru can straighten me out). Although ePP obediently inserts an anchor tag in the HTML where the TopicAlias marker was, the anchor's name attribute is a numeric value instead of my marker text. In the application's onlinehelp.props file, which provides the context-sensitive help mapping, I'd much rather specify the topic as, say, "Options.html#General" instead of "Options.html#123456." Is there a simple way to tell ePP to use the marker text for the anchor name? Richard Richard G. Combs Senior Technical Writer Polycom, Inc. richardDOTcombs AT polycomDOTcom 303-223-5111 ------ rgcombs AT gmailDOTcom 303-777-0436 ------