[Tellico-users] Re: Problem exporting to html
robby at periapsis.org
Sun Apr 3 23:19:03 UTC 2011
On Tuesday 29 March 2011, Josep wrote:
> El Dimecres 2011-03-30 00:17:34 Alexander Fischer va escriure:
> > the html does not contain any width definitions ([min/max-]width) and
> > the table looks ok when opening it with Firefox 4, Chrome 10 or Opera
> > 11. Because that I don't think this is a problem related to Tellico.
> The table looks very well, but if you click on the title of the films,
> you can go directly to the post to my blog, wich is the function
> If you go to the index of my blog (see link beelow, at the signature)
> you can see last table running ok. Now, i can't upgrade the index
> because hyperlinks are wrong, as in the example send.
Tellico 2.3.2 adjusted the HTML output so that links with long anchor texts
should be truncated in the middle, to a maximum length of 30 characters.
(That's done in the tellico-common.xsl file if anyone needs to change it)
When I read your email, my first thought was that I accidently switched the
anchor link with the anchor text. In other words, I truncated the URL
instead of the text of the link. But I checked the XSL file and that is not
I've been unable to reproduce the problem you're having. I have a few more
questions that I hope you can answer so I can figure it out. Are you just
using the File->Export to HTML command to generate the HTML file? How are you
getting the http links in there ? The reason I ask is because the default
way of linking to the is inside a folder with a _files extension. And from
your blog, it appears that you're using some kind of date in the url? Like
2007/12 for example.
Also, are you using one of the default templates for exporting the entry
HTML pages or doing that from the XML file directly?
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