Configurable converter of FrameMaker documents to the World-Wide Web
The combination of WebMaker and FrameMaker enables you to publish
simultaneously both the printed and the WWW versions of a document.
WebMaker converts FrameMaker documents and books to a hypertext network
of HTML files that may be viewed by World-Wide Web browsers.
WebMaker translates FrameMaker entities such as imported and native
graphics, mathematics, tables, figures, anchored frames, cross-references,
character highlights, indices and footnotes.
It generates tables of contents automatically,
and transforms into graphical images elements that are unknown to HTML.
The user has control over a number of conversion aspects:
WebMaker was developed at CERN in 1994, in the
Programming Techniques Group.
In February 1995, CERN signed a technology transfer agreement with
Harlequin Ltd, who will
continue the development of WebMaker.
- the rules for the breakup of the Frame document into the component HTML
- a panel of hypertext links to facilitate navigation within the WWW
- the rules for the mapping of paragraph and character formats to HTML
- the specification of material for selective inclusion in the FrameMaker
or WWW document.
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