Although I do not have an answer, I have some guesses....
Use Tools > Options > Load / Save > General
Under Save, there is a linke for "Save URLs relative to file system" and
"Save URLs relative to internet".
Try various combinations of those to see if it helps. Just guessing
There are some options under HTML Compatibility, I don't know if they
matter or not. For me, the Export is set for Mozilla Firefox.
On 11/25/2013 06:25 AM, Dave Howorth wrote:
I'm trying to use LibreOffice to create a document with a table of
contents (TOC) including hyperlinks and then export it as HTML.
I have created a document, added a TOC, and formatted the tOC to contain
hyperlinks. They work within the application (ctrl-click) but the HTML
they generate doesn't work. The anchors appear to be sensible but it
generates HTML for the links like:
<p class="P29"><a href="./#__RefHeading__1332_444093600"
That tries to link to an anchor on the front page of our website,
instead of to an anchor on the page that is the document!
Does anybody know how to adjust the format of the links it generates?
I need to remove that pesky "./".
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