OH, I meant BREADCRUMBS......not bookmarks! How can I exclude "breadcrumbs" from being highlighted?
I'll ck Zoom's forum (I've been there several times in the past, thanks!)
That makes a huge difference. I would expect ZoomSearch people to know about bookmark issues but not breadcrumbs.
The breadcrumbs are in the output files which is what I base my search on. In the output the breadcrumbs precede the text and I would have thought there must be some way to exclude that. Look in the output file to see what I mean.
Is your search based on output files or source files?
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips
Is there a way to edit the original post?
I run the Zoom indexer on the published files.
I looked at the published .htm file and I found something, I think, related to breadcrumbs, but I have no idea how I could configure Zoom to skip it, other than add the ZOOMSTOP/RESTART comments to this file....which will be an impossible task given the # of files and the time required.
here are the lines in my published .htm file:
var strUrl = document.location.href;
var bc = 0;
var n = strUrl.toLowerCase().indexOf("bc-");
if(n != -1)
document.location.href = strUrl.substring(0, n);
bc = strUrl.substring(n+3);
addTocInfo("Configuration [user]\nAttribute Mapping");
document.write("<p style=\"text-align:right\"> ");
AddMasterBreadcrumbs("../ugtest_zoom.htm", "", "|", "Home", "../frontpages/home.htm");
document.write("<a href=\"attrmap.htm\">Configuration [user]<\/a> | Attribute Mapping <\/p>");
It's interesting to note that RH search functions the same way.......breadcrumbs are highlighted when the search term matches a term in the breadcrumbs, and the "jump" stops at the top of the page.....
I just responded to the Zoom forum posting on this subject, in which I suggested manually adding the breadcrumbs placeholder into the topics, instead of using the global layout selection, thereby only requiring a one-off addition of the <!--ZOOMSTOP--> and <!--ZOOMRESTART--> tags (which RH no longer strips out as it once did). Helpware's FAR tool makes quick work of this, if the user decides on this method.
I added the breadcrumb Placeholder to the pages and added the ZOOMSTOP/RESTART tags before and after, worked like a charm!