FrameMaker to HTML: Single-Source Solution for Paper and Web / Edition 1by . . Pearson Education, Sonya E. Keene
Pub. Date: 07/16/1997
This practical guide is for professionals who want to publish new or existing Adobe ® FrameMaker documents on the World Wide Web, on an intranet, or on CD-ROM. These documents-books, user guides, reference manuals, periodicals, technical reports, white papers-may be long and complex, containing graphics, tables, cross-references, tables of contents,/sup>… See more details below
This practical guide is for professionals who want to publish new or existing Adobe ® FrameMaker documents on the World Wide Web, on an intranet, or on CD-ROM. These documents-books, user guides, reference manuals, periodicals, technical reports, white papers-may be long and complex, containing graphics, tables, cross-references, tables of contents, and indexes. Whether you are a writer, production specialist, or information manager, this guide will help you transform such printed documents into web books.
FrameMaker users will find here techniques for designing effective web pages, planning for easy navigation, handling graphics, and publishing both printed and electronic works from a single FrameMaker source. The book focuses on powerful tools available for converting FrameMaker documents to HTML-WebMaker, Webworks Publisher, HTML Transit, and HoTaMaLe, the converter bundled with FrameMaker. It describes a specific process for evaluating and using these tools, and provides a step-by-step illustration of their workflow and results. Coverage includes HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, and alternatives to conversion tools, such as Acrobat and SGML.
This book's emphasis on production from a single source will help you save time, control versions, and contain costs.
The techniques presented in this book apply to all the conversion tools discussed.
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Table of Contents
I. DECIDING ON THE APPROACH.
1. Beyond the Home Page: Web Books.
2. Quick Start.
3. Simultaneous Publication on Paper and Web.
4. The Single-Source Solution.
5. Popular Partners to HTML: Acrobat and SGML.
6. Overview of Conversion Tools.
7. Elements of HTML.
8. Cascading Style Sheets.
II. PLANNING AND DESIGNING.
9. Identifying the Goals of the Web Book.
10. Analyzing the Source Document.
11. Designing the Navigation Strategy.
12. Designing the Layout of the Web Pages.
13. Deciding How to Provide Printed Copies.
III. DOING THE CONVERSION.
14. Converting and Debugging the Web Book.
15. Handling Graphics.
16. Publishing the Web Book.
IV. TOURING THE TOOLS.
17. Sample Document.
19. WebWorks Publisher.
20. HTML Transit.
22. Comparison of Features in Converters.
Appendix Internet Resources.
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