Window Descriptions : Target Settings Window : File Processing Settings
File Processing Settings
File processing settings define how ePublisher processes front matter, index, and table of contents files. If you use ePublisher to generate output from Microsoft Word source documents, these settings are related to the RD field behavior settings you configure for the project on the Input Configurations tab on the Project Settings window. For more information, see Input Configurations Tab (Project Settings Window). ePublisher does not use these settings when generating output from DITA-XML source documents.
The settings in this category are defined as follows:
File processing behavior for front matter
Specifies whether you want to generate output for front matter included in your source documents. Front matter is all of the content before the table of contents. For example, in Adobe FrameMaker this setting allows you to use an Adobe FrameMaker .book file to generate output without generating output for the front matter included in the Adobe FrameMaker .book file.
File processing behavior for index files
Specifies whether you want to generate output for index files included in your source documents. For example, in Adobe FrameMaker this setting allows you to use an Adobe FrameMaker .book file to generate output without generating output for a generated index (IX) .fm file included in the Adobe FrameMaker .book file.
File processing behavior for TOC files
Specifies whether you want to generate output for table of contents files included in your source documents. For example, in Adobe FrameMaker this setting allows you to use an Adobe FrameMaker .book file to generate output without generating output for a generated table of contents (TOC) .fm file included in the Adobe FrameMaker .book file.
Insert Mark of the Web (MOTW)
Enables the MOTW in the HTML content, used to get rid of the “blocked content message in Internet Explorer for more information, see “Mark of the Web”.
Pretty Print
Enables the generation of HTML that is more easily human readable by inserting appropriate white space and end-of-line characters. By default this setting is disabled to produce smaller file sizes. Changing this setting should have no noticeable affect on the appearance of your content when rendered within an HTML browser.