I apologize in advance if this question has been answered in the documentation and/or faq. I searched, but could not find the answer to what what I am looking for.
Here is what I am trying to do: Create a website like docs.company.com that has a startup page with links to documentation created by Sandcastle (website output). Here is the issue:
The html pages in the html folder (with <guid>.htm files) refer to other pages (links to items within the documenation - classes, interfaces etc) with the relative URL /html, For example:
<a href="/html/d98c1dd4-008f-04b2-e980-0998ecf8427e.htm" target="">Empty</a><br /><b>Schema:</b><a href="/html/329dc1c3-8006-c1e7-ff2b-2a70a0437531.htm" target="">Some Item</a>
So, If I am reading this correctly, the links will not work if I place the output in folders like this:
If I click a link in say, doc1\html\guid1.htm that has a reference to html\guid2.htm, it will go to \html\guid2.html and such a file does not exist, because it is in doc1\html.
In other words my question is: How do I merge the documentation from multiple sources (for website output) into one usable documentation webstie? Is this possible?
Thanks in advance!