Bullets, Ordered Lists, and other Formatting Not in HTML Output

Explorer ,
Apr 19, 2021 Apr 19, 2021

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Since I have never produced an HTML file from Frame, I was wondering why Heading numbering, ordered list numbering, and bullets are not created in the HTML file.  Am I missing something or is that just what the HTML file conversion does?

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Apr 19, 2021 Apr 19, 2021

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Are you Publishing to HTML or doing old HTML save as?

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Apr 19, 2021 Apr 19, 2021

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And if Publish, check the Style Mapping for the settings (.sts) file.
The default, curiously, is apparently not:
◉ Convert to List (using CSS autonumbering)

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Didn't find the .sts radio butotn you are referring to.  I am using 2020.

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I did a File Save As from the File menu.  Going to try Publish Basic HTML now.

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That's in the Publish > Settings > edit screen.

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And exists in the /Style Mapping\ for both Basic HTML and Responsive HTML5.

It would need to be touched for each autonumbered Paragraph Format entry.

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Ok set mapping for each tag and when I click to produce output, the progress indicator stops about half way and sits there for quite a long time.  Any known issues, or does it just take an hour to translate?

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Absolutely no response after several minutes of processing.

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All patched up? Got rights to wherever you told it to produce the output?

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Apr 20, 2021 Apr 20, 2021

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Somewhat.  It's not the output I was looking for because there are formatting issues, TOC aligns at almost the center and titles are cut off on the screen, some text and generated sections are missing, etc. I could attach the HTML files if you want to take a look.  Let me know.

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Apr 20, 2021 Apr 20, 2021

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So the output did generate then? The appearance is governed by the CSS applied - but what are you using this HTML for? If you picked the Basic HTML output option, that's usally going to be imported into some other system for display in it; if you choose Responsive HTML5, you'd be ready to display it on a webserver (or LAN server) "out of the box".

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Yeah, I let is site for a long time (over night) and it finally created an output.  I honestly am not sure which one I chose (Basic HTML or HTML 5). However, you are saying that the outputs are different.  I suppose I would be using it for LAN, so I am guessing I didn't produce HTML 5.  Will give it another shot and see what I get.

 

Not sure why text would be missing though.  Not going to worry about the last output for now.  Want to see what I get with HTML 5, first.

 

Thanks!

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