22.6.5 Adding space before a graphic
To add space before a graphic, you can use one
of the following:
format of the anchor-containing paragraph (if it is specific to graphics)
ID of the graphic, which consists of the Mif2Go FileID followed by the FrameMaker
ID; see §4.4 Identifying files and
objects for more information.
If all the graphics in your document need the
added space, dedicate a paragraph format to anchoring graphics, and include
the extra space in its definition. If you need to add space to only one
or a few graphics, use the graphic ID.
Use the anchor paragraph
To add space using the paragraph containing the
anchor (for example, GraphAnchor):
This method adds space for every graphic whose
frame is anchored in a GraphAnchor paragraph.
Use the graphic ID
To add space using a graphic's ID:
1. Determine the graphic's FrameMaker ID. Click
the anchored frame; FrameMaker displays the ID on the status bar at the bottom of the window;
for example, 0f9fae.
2. Determine the FileID. Look in file mif2go.ini (located in the same folder as your FrameMaker
document) for the name of the file containing the graphic. Under [FileID] you will see a list of two-letter codes,
each assigned to one of the files in your document; for example, aa=chap1.
3. Add a setting for the graphic. For example:
This method produces a space just before the
§22.9.1 Excluding image size
attributes from HTML
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