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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] HTMLHelp: links to explicitly named anchors seembroken


I assume your id is called sec:notepad. This might be a legal Docbook id, 
but maybee not a legal HTMLHelp id ?

It might work if yo rename the id to e.g. sec-notepad - just a qualified 
guess, bu I can't see any other explanation !



On Tue, 6 May 2003, Paul A. Hoadley wrote:

> Hello,
> I am part-way through debugging this, but I thought I'd see if anyone
> else had observed this and knows the fix.
> I'm generating HTMLHelp with htmlhelp/htmlhelp.xsl (from the 1.60.1
> stylesheet distribution).  In the TOC panel of the Windows Help
> browser, any links which should point at an explicitly named anchor
> (the auto-generated IDs are fine) seem to send the browser searching
> somewhere non-local -- seems to be handing some malformed URL to the
> browser.
> Here is an excerpt from the generated toc.hhc:
>       <param name="Name" value="Utilities">
>       <param name="Local" value="ch02s02.html#id2978761">
>     </OBJECT><UL><LI> <OBJECT type="text/sitemap">
>       <param name="Name" value="Notepad">
>       <param name="Local" value="ch02s02.html#sec:notepad">
> As an example, the TOC link to 'Utilities' is fine, but the link to
> the explicitly named 'Notepad' sends the browser searching for a
> non-local URL.  Debugging is not straightforward, since the HTML Help
> browser doesn't give much away about what it's doing.
> Any thoughts?
> -- 
> Paul.
> mailto:paulh@logicsquad.net
> mailto:phoadley@maths.adelaide.edu.au
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