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Need Help: How to put big documents on the Web

From: Vai Roberto <r.vai@fstsf.it>
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 1997 19:13:03 +0100
Message-ID: <7034BB3D2A54D011B97F000083240C8B0235BF@fstsf.it>
To: www-talk@www10.w3.org
Hello,
I need to put on Internet / Intranet big documents (even more then 100
pages long) that will be read and also printed by the users.

I'm looking for some tools (or rules) that can be useful in structuring
and editing those documents to reach the following objectives:

*	Be able to split the document in more Web pages.
*	Automatic generation of table of contents and related links to
all the pages and to each intra-page heading.
*	Automatic insertion in the document of useful intra-page links
to give the possibility to the reader to go directly to the next or
previous chapter avoiding to scroll many pages.
*	Easy updating of the fixed parts that are present in all the Web
pages  belonging to the same document (Updating of Logos, Copyright
string, etc..).
*	Easy downloading (by a single request) of all the pages that are
members of the same document.
*	Pretty document print-out, as close as possible to the quality
we can achive by the mean of an word processor.
  
Thanks in advance for your interest in my questions.

Roberto Vai
Received on Tuesday, 14 January 1997 13:14:17 GMT

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