I'm using RoboHelp 5.0.2 to create context sensitive webhelp
(at the page level) that is accessed directly from the application
(via a network server). I have one page of instruction that is
absolutely driving me nuts! The background shading color is off -
and it's very obvious. The header is a dark yellow and the rest of
the page is the correct color - a lighter yellow. I've changed the
style sheet to be the light yellow color and the template and even
that page of instruction and the header itself to reflect the light
yellow color. It still shows up with this funky color scheme. All
of the other pages display perfectly and when the Help is accessed
from the "Help Button" (not context sensitive) this page displays
with the correct coloring. It's only when it's accessed as context
sensitive that the coloring is funky. Any ideas?? Thanks. Lisa in
Personally, I think the aliens must have had a hand in it.
But that's just me.
Seriously, I think you need to examine the TrueCode. Look
near the top in the Head area. Delete anything you find in the
Styles section. My personal guess is that somehow, you have an
embedded style lurking about.