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These settings apply only to the Microsoft HTML Help, WebWorks Help, Simple HTML, Dynamic HTML, XML_XSL, Wiki - MediaWiki, and Wiki - MoinMoin output formats. The settings in this category are defined as follows:

Baggage File Target

Specifies how links to baggage files display in your output. A baggage file is any file that your source document references but is not contained in the ePublisher project, such as a .jpeg, .avi, .swf, .gif, or.png file or a Microsoft Word, Adobe FrameMaker, or XML file. The values for this setting are defined as follows:

 

Value

Description

external_window

Specifies the name of the window in which to open the page by typing in the name of the window. This creates a new browser window, unless one already exists with the same name. If a browser window already exists with the same name, it opens the page in that window. external_window is the default.

_blank

Specifies to always open the page in a new browser window and leave the current window in its current state.

_self

Specifies to open the page in the same browser window as the link tag.

_parent

Specifies to open the page in the immediate parent window of the link tag. This option is only useful for very specialized cases and is quite uncommon.

_top

Specifies to open the page in the full body of the same browser window as the link tag. Specify this value to break out of a frame all the way to the top of a window.

None

Specifies to open the page within the same browser window. However, unlike _self, the settings of the browser may control this action.

External URL Target

Specifies how links to external URLs display in your output. The values for this setting are defined as follows:

 

Value

Description

external_window

Specifies the name of the window in which to open the page by typing in the name of the window. This creates a new browser window, unless one already exists with the same name. If a browser window already exists with the same name, it opens the page in that window. external_window is the default.

_blank

Specifies to always open the page in a new browser window and leave the current window in its current state.

_self

Specifies to open the page in the same browser window as the link tag.

_parent

Specifies to open the page in the immediate parent window of the link tag. This option is only useful for very specialized cases and is quite uncommon.

_top

Specifies to open the page in the full body of the same browser window as the link tag. Specify this value to break out of a frame all the way to the top of a window.

None

Specifies to open the page within the same browser window. However, unlike _self, the settings of the browser may control this action.

ePublisher/2008.4/Help/04.Reference_Information/02.026.ePublisher_Window_Descriptions (last edited 2009-04-28 22:35:58 by TonyMcDow)