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Structured FM publish output into Responsive HTML5 does not use Template settings

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Jun 06, 2018

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Hello,

since the ADOBE Support in India is not able to help on this, I hope to get help here:

I have set up my structured FM documents to use Dita1.3 templates (only edited the already existing templates in the ...Structure/xml/... folder) which works as expected for .pdf-output. All is nicely generated as specified in the template.

However when publishing the HTML5-output, these element and font settings are all ingored and only a distinction between bold and normal is visible.

With FM2015 this worked without a problem with the normal Webhelp option.

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Can someone help and say if I am missing to import the settings into any output template?

I am stuck with this issue since weeks and cannot find the fix.

Cheers.

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Structured FM publish output into Responsive HTML5 does not use Template settings

Explorer ,
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Hello,

since the ADOBE Support in India is not able to help on this, I hope to get help here:

I have set up my structured FM documents to use Dita1.3 templates (only edited the already existing templates in the ...Structure/xml/... folder) which works as expected for .pdf-output. All is nicely generated as specified in the template.

However when publishing the HTML5-output, these element and font settings are all ingored and only a distinction between bold and normal is visible.

With FM2015 this worked without a problem with the normal Webhelp option.

Untitled-1.png

Can someone help and say if I am missing to import the settings into any output template?

I am stuck with this issue since weeks and cannot find the fix.

Cheers.

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Hi There,

I have sent you a PM. Please respond so that we can connect and look into the issue.

Regards,

Ajit

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Ok as diskussed with Support, the new Responsive Webhelp does not use the FM template output definitions anymore, but a separate .css style sheet needs to be added, using the override funciton in the publisher.

In this style sheet all definitions have to be set, defining a class for each element with the wanted style.

Good luck in setting that one up.

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