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  • <!--ZOOMRESTART--> at the end of a page

    Is it needed?

    We have a few navigation links at the bottom of each topic page (.htm files) that are excluded from search with <!--ZOOMSTOP--> tags, and I just automatically added the <!--ZOOMRESTART--> tags to close them out.

    However, RoboHelp is somehow replicating that closing <!--ZOOMRESTART--> tag, over and over as the topics are opened for editing. (Some topics have up to 24 of them, each instance separated by an increasing number of line breaks.)

    So, can I safely remove those closing <!--ZOOMRESTART--> tags?


    Leon

  • #2
    The tags need to be in pairs.

    So no, you can't remove them.

    Maybe you can move the tag up a few lines from the end of the file, avoiding the RoboHelp bug.

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    • #3
      No, it already is, in many topics (JavaScript for popup links, as well as the </BODY> and </HTML> tags).


      Thx

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      • #4
        If RoboHelp is screwing up the HTML code, then it might be time to contact the developer, Abobe. There's little we can do about this unfortunately.

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