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using ebook with NetObjects Fusion


 
cwins If anyone is using ebook with Fusion have you been able to run anything but the index page?
If yes, what are you doing to prepare the files?

Posted on: 7:23 pm on February 14, 2001
EBookCompiler Hi there

I'm not an expert on NetObjects fusion (in fact I've never used it, but I have a CD of it - might be an old version).

My first *guess* is that the images are being saved in some other folder.  Check out if the program has an option for this.

If you have v4 of the compiler, here's some stuff you might want to check out:

- the 2nd question on "Questions and Answers about HTML Authoring " in the reference section of the help
- "Creating Your Source Files Using Other Authoring Software" in the Getting started section of the help.

If you find the program is sticking files all over the place, say in sub-directories, and you can't find a way to switch this off, you may need to go in and manually edit the HTML files.

For example

Say you have

C:\MyBook\index.html
C:\MyBook\images\picture.gif

Move the images up one directory, maybe renaming them as well

so
C:\MyBook\images\picture.gif
could become
C:\MyBook\images_picture.gif
or
C:\MyBook\picture.gif

Then open each HTML file in a text editor and global replace images/ with images_ or nothing depending on which of the above you choose.

HTH



Posted on: 11:29 pm on February 15, 2001
ebookguy Make sure you publish all files - HTML Web pages and graphics, etc. - to a single folder using the 'Flat' option, not the default 'Site Structure' method. That should do it. Good luck.

Posted on: 11:15 pm on February 16, 2001

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