I have receantly started noticing that Robohelp has been
removing certain parts of my code. I have WC3 compliant enabled,
because of that it has added a bunch of If statements into my code.
This created a few nested quote issues where I have an image with
an onclick command.
This is the way it spits out the code after I generate. This
code is broken by the fact that you can not have nested quotes in
that fashion. I managed to fix it on the output file by changing
the line to:
The backslashes exit the quote and allow for the onClick to
work. However when I try and apply this to the source and
re-output, it spits out the correct line, but has reversed the
backslashes to forward slashes.
document.write("<img src='...' onClick='showitem(/".../")'
/>") thus breaking it once more.
Is there anyway I can stop robohelp from editing a part of
code. I have tried turning off WC3 compliance and it did not seem
to do anything.