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Frame 2015: HTML5: Possible to stop the CSS madness?

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Publishing to HTM5 results in a separate dir for each chapter with each file having its own CSS file. Is there a way to force the normal thing: Have 1 css file for all those file rather than multiple copies?

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Frame 2015: HTML5: Possible to stop the CSS madness?

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Publishing to HTM5 results in a separate dir for each chapter with each file having its own CSS file. Is there a way to force the normal thing: Have 1 css file for all those file rather than multiple copies?

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Nope – that’s the model that RoboHelp follows, so that’s what you get inside the FM Publish function (the guts of it are just RH under the covers, btw). In the RH world you get to choose to apply a single CSS to all topics, but I can’t recall if the FM Publish function exposes that (yet) to user control.

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