I thought I did this before, but now can't remember how. I want to convert my FM file to HTML without any additional style markup. In other words I just want to see <h1> , <p>, etc. ONLY without any class, dir, etc. info added. Any ideas? Thanks!
How about File > Publish > Basic HTML?
Maybe I am missing something in settings or somewhere else. When I publish to Basic HTML, I still get additional style markup. So for example instead of just <p>, I am getting <p class="paragraph style name">. The scenario I'm in is that I will have no control over any .css files that may or may not exist when this HTML file eventually goes where it needs to on the website, therefore I don't want any extraneous coding.
To save you a click or two, it appears that the legacy Save-As…HTML route also generates an external .css file.
Browsers don't seem to care if the
is commented out, or if the .ccs file is not found.
Of course, if you don't mind commenting-out the LINK REL, you could just as easily paste the contents of that .ccs file into the document <HEAD>