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Advanced Footnote and Endnote Options

If the Advanced Options checkbox on the Body & Footer Tab of the Conversion Options dialog is checked, either for footnotes or for endnotes, you can customize the name, title, and text attributes for their links, and add an additional backlink to the end of the first paragraph of your footnotes or endnotes.

Here you can define the HTML source code templates for your footnotes or endnotes. First define the name attribute, by combining the %NUM% variable (which is substituted with a string decimal representation of the ordinal number of a given footnote or endnote in the document, and is guaranteed to be unique) with some suffix and/or prefix. You should define the name attribute, otherwise DocToHtml will resort to using the default footnote or endnote generation scheme, and will display a warning message. Optionally, you can also define the title attribute for your footnotes or endnotes. After doing that, enter the desired HTML code templates for footnotes or endnotes into the three special-purpose edit fields with HTML syntax highlighting at the bottom of the dialog. You can use the variables described below. To tell the program that a given word is a variable and should be substituted with its actual value, just enclose the variable’s name in percent signs. For example, write %NUM% or %REFERRINGLINKNAME%. To use a percent sign itself in the text of your HTML template, just double it.

You can use the following variables in your HTML hyperlink templates for footnotes and endnotes.
VariableMeaning
NUMThe unique ordinal number of a given footnote or endnote.
MARKThe mark sign for a given footnote or endnote. For footnotes with numbered marks, it is a decimal representation of their ordinal number; for endnotes with numbered marks, it is a Roman-digit representation of their ordinal number; for footnotes and endnotes with the asterisk used as a mark, it is just an asterisk sign (*). Note that even for asterisk footnotes and endnotes, NUM variable, as opposed to MARK, still contains its valid unique ordinal number.
REFERRINGLINKNAMEA referring link name after substitutions.
REFERRINGLINKTITLEA referring link title after substitutions.
BACKLINKNAMEA backlink name after substitutions.
BACKLINKTITLEA backlink title after substitutions.

It is up to you to enter the correct data.