The Web tab contains properties that define how the book object will be published into HTML pages and HTML Help. These properties define things like the title, super title, version, by line, base font size, and base URL.
Defines the Title of the book in the HTML pages. This information is placed into the HTML page as the <TITLE> tag.
Defines a Super Title for the book in the HTML pages. This information is placed into the HTML page as metadata.
Defines a Version for the book in the HTML pages. This information is placed into the HTML page as metadata.
Note: This is not the same as object version. This version is simply text for you and your readers' benefit. It is not used in any way to identify the Book object, nor is it linked to the object version.
Defines a By Line for the book in the HTML pages. This information is placed into the HTML page as metadata.
Used to create a site map file for search engines. The file informs search engines that you have pages available for crawling, and can be submitted to Google or Yahoo.
The site map file is created when you add your web address as the Base URL in the book's Web tab. You can add the URL to the book or the book template. When you publish. the book the file is created and added to your publishing folder.
Base font size
Defines the base font size for the HTML pages. All other relative font sizes will be relative to this base size.
Specifies the HTML file to be used as the frameset when using an HTML Help or Plain HTML based Table of Contents object and Index object. Sample frameset files can be found in the Templates folders.
Specifies a list of additional files required to support the HTML or HTML Help. These can be any files required that Author-it does not know about. For example, you may have a graphic specified in the Frameset template, or you may require a supporting Java applet. Author-it will copy all files specified to the publishing folder for this book when publishing any HTML based output.