|From||John R. McPherson|
|Date||Thu, 05 Sep 2002 10:41:59 +1200|
|Subject||Re: How do I specify an internal http link across document|
|desiree' simon wrote:
> thanks for your suggestions. Actually let me more specific
> about the trechnical issue here:
> I have chemistry HTML tutorial I wish to include in a collection for the
> School. There are
> example text files which are linked to the nain files via URL. I wish to
> include these
> in the collection without having to process them. That is to say I place
> them in the
> import directory but do not wish for greenstone to process the example files
> perhaps recognizing the internal link to these files.
> The problems are two fold.
> 1. greenstone are process the files (example_xx.txt files)
> 2. The original functioning links now fail with the error indicated earlier
> I will now try your approach but have 1 concern. Does using the
> -nolink HTMLPlug option means that images will not be moved
> the assoc directory. Then you will U have to move the graphics content
> outside greenstone?
No, that's incorrect. The option is probably badly named. It just means