We have all our HTML help files in a directory on a network
server, which has sub-folders for different topic areas.
I'd like to use Contribute to edit the HTML, because it can
do tables AND css very well.
If I don't set up a website and just use Contribute to edit
the files stand-alone, it does inline CSS styles, particularly when
I press Enter to get a new line - it's like the "one line, as in
standard word processors" option is set. If I press Enter twice, it
doesn't do in-line styles, but it does leave empty blank lines
between paragraphs (and I've only just educated my users not to put
blank "formatting" lines in, I don't want to have to start over!)
To be able to set the option to "two lines, as in web page
editors", I have to set up a site connecting to my network folders.
BUT in that case, when I publish a page, it creates duplicate
copies in the top-level of the directory structure.
Also, the links between the pages get mangled as they point
to the duplicate copies.
Ideally, I just want the Enter option to behave like "web
page editors" when I'm stand-alone editing.
But failing that, can I get Contribute to recognise and
maintain my existing directory structure?