This worked great! Just got finished using it in one of my books, will do the same for the others. I subsituted a picture of a thumbtack (or whatever image) inlieu of saying "bookmark this page", and I added a page in my book explaining how it works. Tested it, works fine. Only thing to watch out for (that I saw) was when I pasted the code from the forum, it inserted an extra space at the end of each line. Easily eliminated with the backspace key.
Hi Sunni, I demo'd Active e-book for a while. Decided to buy it last night. As I'm sure you've heard others say, "You could get a lot more than you're charging." And your tech support is excellent!
I'm working on two e-books, one is finished, another in development. In the second one I am using frames. Do you have any way of bookmarking frames or an exit start alternative for frames?? Would really appreciate it.
In Internet Explorer go to a framed site. Navigate to an internal page. Bookmark
Now close IE, and go to Favorites, and you end up back on the start page. The problem is the bookmark marks the frameset not the individual frame contents.
What you would need to do to work round this is horrid - but doable. Create a extra "dummy" frameset file for each possible combination of frames. Use TARGET=_top in all the links and inside of updating individual frames always go via one of these framesets.
It works, but ouch, a lot of work. If you are very clever, maybe you can generate the dummy frame sets automatically using a Perl script or something, and then save them to your disk and compile then into your ebook
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