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SandiB I have compiled the ebook with the rebrander but, for some reason, the section where the rebrandable text should be doesn't show up (not even the regular text associated with it).  I did it in standard HTML and double checked everything but it's like I hadn't even entered that portion of the page.  The code and text show in the source files.  What could be the problem?

Posted on: 4:03 pm on April 27, 2002
EBookCompiler I'm guessing but think you probably have a mismatched bracket (could be the greater/less-than, [ ], { }) or quote somewhere in the code, or perhaps before it

For example if you had code like this

<A HREF="http://www.yahoo.com/>Yahoo</A>
rebrandable text
<A HREF="http://www.hotmail.com/">Hotmail.com</A>

It wouldn't display what you might think it would.  Why? Because look carefully at the yahoo link and you'll see there is no closing " -- everything right up to the start of the hotmail link is part of the yahoo link's destination

Look through the code on the earlier part of the page carefully.  

If you can't spot it:

Either start a new page, and gradually cut and paste, bit-by-bit, the code from the non-working page to a new page, compiling/viewing after each cut and paste.  Hopefully you will spot at some stage the problem starts occurring again on the new page, and then that means the most recently copied fragment contains the error

or, using your existing page, and pepper the page with dummy text, at various points, e.g. POINT-1, POINT-2, POINT-3 etc.  When you find say POINT-6 and POINT-8 is displayed, but POINT-7 isn't - this will probably tell you roughly where the error is. (somewhere between POINT-6 and POINT-8 probably)

Posted on: 2:21 pm on April 28, 2002

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