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Trouble with links after converting to HTML5. Please Help!

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Oct 29, 2016

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I am working on a book and I need to be able to link to other pages and in some cases different sections of a document within the book. Every time I convert the book into HTML5 the formatting goes away and the links don't work. I have no idea how to fix this. Please help! Thanks!

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Trouble with links after converting to HTML5. Please Help!

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I am working on a book and I need to be able to link to other pages and in some cases different sections of a document within the book. Every time I convert the book into HTML5 the formatting goes away and the links don't work. I have no idea how to fix this. Please help! Thanks!

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No idea offhand, but I (or anybody else) could use some more details...

When you say the links don't work, is it that the links are not 'clickable', or is the link clickable but nothing happens?

If clickable, when you hover over the link, is it showing anything weird for the target address?

Are these standard cross-references, or did you do anything funky?

If you print the doc as it currently stands to PDF, are the links working correctly?

When you use Publish to HTML5, are you using the default settings?

What version of Frame are you using?

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