[greenstone-users] Re: Frames in a Collection

From Jim Elmborg
DateMon, 10 Oct 2005 14:23:55 -0500
Subject [greenstone-users] Re: Frames in a Collection
Katherine,
Thanks for the prompt and useful reply. Setting the collect.cfg to

format DocumentUseHTML true

fixed my problem and allowed the frameset to display properly.

I'm still having trouble getting relative links to load into the frames
after initial display. This is the "Internal Link" error. I looked in
the archives and found advice regarding setting HTMLplug to -nolinks and
file_is_url, but none of these worked for me.

I've found a satisfactory workaround for now, but if anyone knows how to
get relative links to load into targeted frames, I would like to improve
the current design a bit...

Again, thank you for the initial help, which got me over the toughest
hurdle.

Jim Elmborg

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Hi Jim

Try setting
format DocumentUseHTML true
in your collect.cfg file

Does it display properly now?

Regards,
Katherine

Jim Elmborg wrote:
> Hello All,
> I'd like to build a collection using pages with frames. I want to put
a
> video clip in a frame on the left and a transcript of the video in a
> frame on the right (so readers can scroll along).
>
> I've written a very simple frameset to do that
>
> <html>
> <head>
> <title>
> test video
> </title>
> </head>
> <frameset cols="365,*">
> <frame src="video.mpg">
> <frame src="transcript.pdf">
> </frameset>
> </html>
>
> Greenstone builds a collection without errors but then displays a
blank
> page. I wonder if Greenstone is equipped to handle frames in this
way?
> Is there anything inherently wrong with what I'm trying to do? Any
tips
> on making it work?
>
> Thanks for any help,
> Jim Elmborg
>
>