Prior versions of Mif2Go changed all <a href="..."> references to lowercase; current and future Mif2Go versions (3.3+) leave the case alone. If your processing depends on the prior behavior, you can include the following setting:
This setting applies to hypertext links and interfile cross references. When you use the FileName property to name the section that contains the cross-reference destination, the setting applies also to cross references within the same file (see §184.108.40.206 ).
If you change the case of a FrameMaker file name in your document after you have created cross references or hypertext links to that file, the original case is preserved in the markers. If your HTML output will be deployed on a UNIX system, links based on those markers will fail because of the case mismatch. For JavaHelp, Oracle Help for Java, and Eclipse Help (which is based on Java), the links fail on Windows systems, also. Java was created by a UNIX company (Sun Microsystems) and uses UNIX rules, in which file-name case is always significant.