4163Re: [NH] Word 2002 to HTML
- Nov 7, 2003Ray have you considered using the alt tag in your images? That's the
tag which displays text when you position your mouse pointer over a
image in a web page. A sample of alt tag usage is below:
<img src="images/cedar-creek-title1.gif" width="300" height="171"
alt="Cedar Creek Logo">
alt="Cedar Creek Logo"
is the alt tag.
If you really want to rename several files instead, I wrote a clip a
couple years ago that does mass file renaming, but since switching to
the Directory Opus file manager last spring I quit using it..
I probably still have that clip around here somewhere in the cobwebs
--- In email@example.com, R Shapp <ras45@o...> wrote:
> Hi Greg and Hugo,
> That Filtered HTML mode is exactly what I needed! I now have
> tractable HTML coding that I can paste into the proper templates.
> Do you have any suggestions about an efficient way to give the
> unique names? Right now, all the images from each conversion begin
> name "image001.gif" and progress in numerical sequence. I'd like a
> replace "image" with a unique string that is related to the content
> original paper. I can use the NoteTab Replace Text feature to
change all the
> hyperlinks within the source HTML. Do you know of a way to rename
> files in Windows Explorer folders? The renaming feature for
batches of files
> in Explorer introduces parentheses in the names. I don't think
that would be
> acceptable to the file naming conventions on the website.
> Hugo, The use of separate folders for the image files of each
paper is a good
> fall-back solution if NoteTab doesn't already have a renaming
> batches of files. I seem to remember that NoteTab has a way to
> file names -- maybe via the use of regular expressions???
> Thanks again for the great help.
> Ray Shapp
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