PCPACK Publishing tool and Published webs

How to direct a user to a specific annotation page in GTO publication

I would like to be able to send a link to specific users, which directs them to a published website (GTO publication template) and shows a specific annotation page at startup of the website. So not the standard homepage.htm but a specific page in the website

 How can this be done?

Cheers, Brent

How to add monitoring functionality to PCPack websites

I am looking for some monitoring functions on my PCPack website: how many views per day/week/months, perhaps who viewed it?

How to add monitoring functionality to PCPack websites

I am looking for some monitoring functions on my PCPack website: how many views per day/week/months, perhaps who viewed it?

Page not found error in published webs - 404 error

The default publishing options creates web pages that have the same name as the object's name (with spaces removed) up to a limit of 32 characters with the initial letter of each word capitalised. The web page name has the object's ID prepended to it to ensure it is unique.

In most cases this does not cause a problem. However, some web servers require that certain special characters are encoded when used as part of an URL. The most common characters that require encoding are &," and '.

For example if you had an object called

Browser Trees not showing Icons on Server using Firefox

When viewing a post-processed web from a your local computer the browser trees show the icons.

Browser Tree Icons

If these icons are not visible when viewing them from a webserver with Firefox you need to replace the file pretree.xsl in the Trees folder of your publication template and to republish the knowledgebase.

Version 6 publishing templates have this fix already.

Startup Browser Window Size is too small

One or two users have have reported that the Browsers on some client computers always start with a very small window. Even though this shouldn't happen as the Browser should remember the previous settings, it detracts from the front page display of a published web.

As soon as the user maximises the Window the web looks fine.

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