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REQ: HTML editor to reorganize directories suitable for a CHM eBook compiler input.

P: n/a
Hello,

I have an eBook which I need to create a CHM version for. It
contains hundreds of HTML files.

Can anyone recommend a HTML authoring tool which will allow me
to create new directories and sub-directories, to move the
required files there AND to update all links automatically
between files (to and fro) as those files change directories?

Eg. Should I use Dreamweaver or GoLive or something else to do
this.

The current book had hundreds of files which are nearly all in
the root directory (eg. several files per chapter). I want to
reorganize these into the following structure suitable for a CHM
file:

preface
part 1
Chapter 1
topic 1
topic 2
etc.

part 2
etc.

appendix
appendix A
appendix B
etc.

Index
A
B
C
etc.

Jul 23 '05 #1
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GoLive works but it's a bit slow to rewrite the links when files
are moved to new directories.

Have people found Dreamweaver to be better for this kind of
thing?
On Fri, 21 Jan 2005 12:24:40 GMT, mark4asp
<ma**************@ntlworld.com> wrote:
Hello,

I have an eBook which I need to create a CHM version for. It
contains hundreds of HTML files.

Can anyone recommend a HTML authoring tool which will allow me
to create new directories and sub-directories, to move the
required files there AND to update all links automatically
between files (to and fro) as those files change directories?

Eg. Should I use Dreamweaver or GoLive or something else to do
this.

The current book had hundreds of files which are nearly all in
the root directory (eg. several files per chapter). I want to
reorganize these into the following structure suitable for a CHM
file:

preface
part 1
Chapter 1
topic 1
topic 2
etc.

part 2
etc.

appendix
appendix A
appendix B
etc.

Index
A
B
C
etc.


Jul 23 '05 #2

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