I inherited a template with an image in a table style-how do I edit it?

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I have a table style that has a caution image already inserted whenever I use that style. However, exporting to HTML blows the table up. How can I remove the caution image from the table style? Or fix the HTML output? The image resides in the reference page BTW. First image is in Framemaker. Second image is in HTML help.

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 17, 2021 Mar 17, 2021
nrvphotography: I have a table style that has a caution image already inserted whenever I use that style. It might be worth figuring out how that was implemented. My first guess would be that the table format has a specific para format for at leat the left top column/row, and that format has a Frame Above (or Below) elected, which pulls in the Alert icon from a Reference Page named frame.

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nrvphotography: I have a table style that has a caution image already inserted whenever I use that style.

It might be worth figuring out how that was implemented.

My first guess would be that the table format has a specific para format for at leat the left top column/row, and that format has a Frame Above (or Below) elected, which pulls in the Alert icon from a Reference Page named frame.

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That makes sense. Thanks!

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Then we can talk about whether the
⚠ alert {safety} icon (U+26A0)
(normally WARNING & DANGER, perhaps optionally CAUTION)
is appropriate for what appears to be just a
☝ product function advisory (U+261D).

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I found the frame above for the first column and was able to remove it.

 

I inherited the file so have not yet begun to edit (ref to the type of icon to use).

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