I can do that with the TCS versions of Frame, so I except it is the same
with the standalone subscription.
However, I don't think you can install an earlier version than when you
started your subscription, but I'm not sure.
It used to be that you
I found it can do it super-fast with NotePad++ (free download). What a
Behalf Of Robert Lauriston
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Subject: Re: [Framers]
Write a script to change the CSS references in all the HTML files at
once. Or use Funduc Search and Replace for Windows.
On Thu, Jun 28, 2018 at 10:54 AM, Pat Christenson
> The Manage CSS options are Import and Export. I can import the remote CSS but
> it still creates a locate CSS,
DITA is an XML data model. DTDs are one of many parts of that model
and are not required for all DITA documents.
People commonly don't publish XML. That's a source format and they
publish PDF, online help,
The Manage CSS options are Import and Export. I can import the remote CSS but
it still creates a locate CSS, using the content of the remote one.
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No, DITA is not XML. It is a DTD that can be used to create XML documents. It
can also be used within a FrameMaker structured application to create
structured FM documents that can remain just that, with output to PDF. The DITA
EDD within FrameMaker will take care of the paragraph and character
The Manage CSS dialog is supposed to allow you to specify an external CSS file.
On Thu, Jun 28, 2018 at 10:27 AM, Pat Christenson
> FrameMaker 2017, Windows
> I have 100+ FrameMaker files in a book to convert to individual Basic HTML
> files. Everything is going well, except for one
FrameMaker 2017, Windows
I have 100+ FrameMaker files in a book to convert to individual Basic HTML
files. Everything is going well, except for one thing.
The HTML files will be uploaded to a server, which is where the Official,
Approved CSS file resides. The problem is when I publish the
"Forget about XML for the time being. You can use DITA or any other
structure without having to convert it to XML."
DITA is XML. Or are you saying that you could use unstructured
FrameMaker paragraph and character tags in the same way you would DITA
elements? That's not entirely true, some
Further to Scott's excellent advice:
There are two separate issues here. One is DITA, and the other is
structured authoring in FrameMaker. Of these, you should tackle the
latter first. DITA is only one of the possible structures that you could
use; the important first step is to bring your
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