1.On the Project menu, click the Options command.
2.Select Web Help on the left sidebar at the dialog-box that appears.
Specifies a custom title for the Web Help system, or allows you to use general help project's title instead.
Specifies custom copyright information for web help, or allows you to use general help project's copyright notice.
Specifies whether to create the keyword Index in the Web Help system.
Lower case for file names
If selected, HelpSmith will automatically convert all the filenames and directories used inside the Web Help system into lower case. This can be used to prevent potential access problems on a UNIX-based system that have a case-sensitive file system.
Remark: If you activate this option on an existing help project for the first time, you may need to clear your Web Help system's output folder and recompile the help project.
SEO friendly topic file names
Allows you to generate SEO-friendly filenames for help topics in Web Help. HelpSmith uses topic IDs to name topic files. If this option is selected, the "_" characters in the filenames will be replaced with hyphens ("-"). Since these filenames are used for linking to the Web Help system from a website, this option allows you to have URLs which are better for indexing by search engines.
Insert Mark of the Web (for Internet Explorer)
Use this option to disable the Internet Explorer's security warning bar due to mapping the Web Help system's HTML content to a more restrictive Internet Zone. Inserting the Mark of the Web (MOTW) is recommended for HTML pages that will be viewed from a CD, HTML pages that run from the local computer, and for Web pages that include frames.
Allows you to set the default template that will be applied to the help topics when you export your help project to the Web Help format. Note that individual topics can override this setting and either use a different template or not use a template at all.
Allows you to set an alternative directory used by HelpSmith to export the Web Help system files.
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