For standard HTML output to be viewed with a browser, you can place graphics files in the same folder as the HTML files, or in any other folder relative to that folder. For other HTML output types, graphics placement is restricted:
If graphics are in the same folder as the HTML files, references to those graphics via <img> tags do not need a path component, and whatever path information is already present in FrameMaker must be removed. To remove path information from graphics file names:
If graphics will be in a folder different from the folder for HTML files, you must specify the path to the graphics folder, so Mif2Go can include the path in the generated <img> tags. To specify where a browser (or Help viewer) should look for graphics:
GraphPath specifies the location of graphics files relative to the location of HTML files. For Web-hosted systems, GraphPath must be the path to the graphics on the Web server, which might be different from the file path on the conversion system. Although you can specify an absolute path, relative is almost always what you want. Absolute paths do not work if the graphics are on a UNIX server.
If your document includes indented tables or figures, and you want them to be indented in HTML output, make sure Mif2Go knows where to write the spacer graphic, 1p.gif. See §22.6.4 .
The default value of GraphPath is the folder designated by [Automation]WrapPath (see §33.4 ); if WrapPath is not specified, the default is the project folder. For JavaHelp and Oracle Help only, the default value of GraphPath is the folder designated by [JavaHelpOptions]GraphSubdir, prefixed with "../". See §10.2.7.2 .
In HTML references to images, the GraphPath setting prefixes the path specified by GraphPath to the name of each graphics file, in place of whatever other path was there in your FrameMaker document. This option sets the src attribute of the <img> tags; it does not change the location of the graphics files themselves. You must either copy the graphics files to their specified location, or have Mif2Go copy them for you. See §33.5.1 .
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