Follow these guidelines to ensure a smooth conversion to HTML:
•When converting a book, open all documents before starting. This ensures that there will be no error messages that might interrupt the conversion process.
•Make sure the table formats you use have regular ruling lines defined for at least one body row. Otherwise, the HTML tables will have no lines around table cells.
•Make sure that your documents contain no unresolved cross-references before you save as HTML. Unresolved cross-references appear as broken links in HTML.
•If text or graphics do not convert when they should, make sure they are on body pages and not master pages, that they are part of the main text flow (flow A), and that they are in anchored frames.
•If you want to import the HTML conversion settings from one document to another, use the File > Import > Formats command to copy reference pages.