Well, I don't know if this will help at all, but in the WebHelp Settings>Navigation, if I turn off the TOC Toolbar Button then I don't get the error. But, I don't get the TOC either.
I also changed the skin to Traditional style - no skin, and it gets the same error as above, only it is whtopic.js. Upon opening whtopic.js, I found that is where the addTocInfo function is.
And yet another discovery. It appears that it may be an IE only issue. Both Firefox and Chrome work as expected.
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It could simply be that the browser isn't exactly expecting images to be the source of the iFrame. Perhaps try creating an HTML page for each image and making sure the image is the only thing on the HTML page. Then point the iFrame to those pages.
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Thanks for the reply. I apologize, but those were just what I was using for a quick test. I actually started using html pages while I was working in the built-in Frameset tool in RoboHelp.
However, I did figure something out. While doing some research, it appears that some other people were having problems with the "Object Expected" error only occurring in IE (only I couldn't find anyone having the problem with RoboHelp).
After a bit more reading and trying things out, I realized that it didn't look like whtopic.js was actually getting loaded in the compiled html, so the addTocInfo function was never working correctly. So, I added the following into the compiled html:
Now if I can just figure out what I need to do to make it load properly...