I haven't tried to do anything like this in my help, but have you tried
That should tell it current file in current directory, if that's what's tripping Robohelp up.
I tried and this did not help.
What is the HTML of the hyperlink in the subfolders? I think that RH may be changing the link to href="../#" for subfolders.
Yes William, here is the code:
<a href="../#"><img alt="" src="../gray_up.jpg" title="Top of page" style="border: none;
margin-right: 0px; margin-top: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px; margin-left: 10px;" border="0" /></a>
Is there any way to change this behavior?
The problem with hyperlinks such as this in master pages is that when a topic uses the master page and it's inside a folder, the links in the master page are dutifully amended so they still work from the folder location. But as you have seen, in this case it's a bit troublesome.
Perhaps Willam can shed more light on this, as he seems to be more well versed in scripting!
Thanks a lot!
Tried that code with a liitle modification as I am trying to use gray_up.jpg:
The script works fine but now the imgae, gray_up.jpg, wont appear in the pages that are in sub folders.
I have added image as a baggage file.
For me, it's messy for sure, but the simplest approach was always to copy the image to all the folders. The only other way would be to amend your document.write code in a manner that references the image explicitly via a fully qualified URL.
Your call... Rick
Don't copy the image, instead get a link to the root of the project. And it just so happens that there is a function for that that works in WebHelp and CHM