3 Replies Latest reply on May 8, 2007 1:21 PM by tswaters1

    Mark of the Web and X5

    Paul Griffiths
      Hopefully a quick and easy one. What's the best way to add the MOTW to an X5 WebHelp project?
        • 1. Re: Mark of the Web and X5
          Captiv8r Adobe Community Professional & MVP
          Hi Paul

          Unfortunately this one is not easy. Nor is it possible to achieve easily. I've tried many times with mostly no success. The fact you are concerned with MOTW seems to imply that you are planning on delivering WebHelp output that will be run from local desktops? If so, what made you choose WebHelp over compiled .CHM? I'm not criticizing, just curious.

          Cheers... Rick
          • 2. Re: Mark of the Web and X5
            Paul Griffiths Level 1
            Hi Rick

            Actually the help will eventually be deployed on a web server, it's just that I'm getting sick of enabling blocked content every time I demo the help to the rest of the team. Might there be another, more obvious (except to me!) way of suppressing this annoyance during development?

            I'm surprised this is hard - presumably there's more to it than merely looking where RH6 puts the MOTW and hacking the X5 source/output accordingly?
            • 3. Re: Mark of the Web and X5
              tswaters1
              I'll be honest, I have no idea what MOTW is or how it works.... but if this is about the information popup when running webhelp on local desktop, you can set up internet explorer to be fine with local javascripts.

              Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced -> Security -> "Allow active content to be run on My Computer"