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Where is your WebHelp stored? How do your users access it?
My reason for asking is because oftentimes, the FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) is totally unfounded. Does XP introduce all this stuff? Sure! But it ONLY happens IF your users each have their personal copy of WebHelp installed on their PCs and are accessing it that way. I'm guessing this is seldom the case. WebHelp, by its very nature is best served (pun totally intended) from a server. This is normally the way users view it. When your users view WebHelp in this manner, they shouldn't ever encounter that pesky yellow information bar.
So those are my comments... Rick
Oh, I see. Never mind....
Thanks for clarifying. I didn't realize that this stuff will happen only when I'm looking at WebHelp on my own PC. If I publish immediately to my own space a network drive, I can see it there with no obstacles, right?
You can run the generated output from your hard disk if you are happy to go to Tools | IE Options | Advanced tab and tick the Allow Active Content option.
I'll be happy to do it; we'll see whether the management will be happy to allow it.