There is a problem with the naming of AIS.
There are 2 locations with just AIS in the Heading.
In the MenuBar and in the Toolbar Buttons.
This causes problems in the export doc.
Change to AIS Menu in the MenuBar is maybe the best solution??
Yes, indeed. Peter you have identified that there is just one important requirement for Headings
1. All Headings must be unique, otherwise the PHP program uses the first heading to make the internal link in all following cases. 2. Heading text is used to make the menu to the left, so the heading should be as short as possible, otherwise the menus on the left become terrribly formated and unreadable.
3. A shortened or longer version of the Heading should be put in the URL link below the edit screen
so that we can find the page later with searches if it gets lost
or disassociated. This URL should start with a single word from the parent title, followed by an underline. EG: toolbar_scale
4. The URL must be used for all hyperlinks in the text, so it is best not to change the URL's once established, otherwise text links will break.
I seem to be doing that a lot lately, but I wanted to "get it right" at the beginning, because I had a title that was way too long "How to ..." Sorry again.
Yes, under Menubar changed AIS to AIS Menubar and now in the single page Export version it works.
Changed Heading to AIS Menubar
<-- did not change this, they were already unique, and need to be.
Left Heading as AIS
<-- did not change this. It is a unique identifier of the page.
Now when I click on Toolbar Buttons AIS in the Exported version, the second AIS link in the flat document goes where it should.
And the MenuBar AIS goes where it should AIS Menubar