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Framemaker HTML5 Output

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Jun 28, 2017

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Framemaker is setting the CSS styling of equations in my documents in a way that causes them to be displayed wrong.  I have equations in my document and when I create the HTML5 output many equations display over other elements.  I have looked into this and found that they elements are being given a negative margin.  Once this margin is removed they display correctly.  Is there anything that I can do about this in Framemaker?

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Framemaker HTML5 Output

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Framemaker is setting the CSS styling of equations in my documents in a way that causes them to be displayed wrong.  I have equations in my document and when I create the HTML5 output many equations display over other elements.  I have looked into this and found that they elements are being given a negative margin.  Once this margin is removed they display correctly.  Is there anything that I can do about this in Framemaker?

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You should be able to mess about with the source CSS that is being used when your content is Published.

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