One of the hottest new features introduced in Adobe RoboHelp 11 is Responsive HTML5 layouts. The Responsive HTML5 output dynamically changes the way the content is presented based on the device the reader is using. For example, while a reader on a desktop might see a traditional table of contents on the right side of the page, someone using a smart phone will see a table of contents that is optimized for touch:
The recording of my webinar Session 1: Beyond the Wizard: Editing HTML5 layouts in RoboHelp 11 is now available via https://2531271.meetus.adobeevents.com/
In this webinar I show you how to edit Responsive HTML5 Screen Layouts in a way unavailable through the HTML5 editor in RoboHelp. In this webinar I dive into the HTML and CSS code needed to remove the Index and Glossary from a Responsive HTML5 layout. These use cases are a...Read more
As a brief review, variables can contain information that occurs frequently in your project, such as a product name, company name, or copyright notice. After creating the variable, you can insert it into any RoboHelp topic or onto a...Read more
If you are using RoboHelp 9 and your customers have trouble with Internet Explorer 11, you were out of luck. Fortunately, I was able to create a fix to allow RoboHelp 9 output to work correctly on Internet Explorer 11.
I just released a new product: the default RoboHelp Responsive Layout with added Favorites support. Allow users to mark any page as a favorite and access these favorite pages from within your help system. On any device.
You can find the layout with integrated widget on: Favorites for Responsive HTML5 Layout
A few weeks ago I showed you how you can use master pages to control the headers and footers of a generated Microsoft Word document. But setting a single header and footer for your entire Word document may not be what you need. The Table of Contents may need a different header and footer than the actual content. Perhaps the even and odd pages require different headers and footers. With RoboHelp 11 you can use...Read more
When importing or generating Microsoft Word documents with RoboHelp, one of the chief weaknesses has always been the lack of support for Word's headers and footers. When importing, the Word headers and footers were ignored. When generating Printed Documentation, there was no support for controlling the resulting headers and footers from within RoboHelp. Instead, you had to edit them in the Word document.
With the new Adobe RoboHelp 11, you can now control the headers and footers for...
The Responsive Layouts introduced in RoboHelp 11 all feature a TOC, Index and Glossary. This raised the question whether it was possible to have the Responsive Layout with the TOC only.
Did you miss my webinar on Multiscreen HTML5 and Responsive HTML5 with RoboHelp? This webinar is the first part of a two part webinar series on Responsive HTML5 in RoboHelp. The following recorded webinars are available:
- Part 1: The difference between Multiscreen HTML5 and Responsive HTML5 in RoboHelp: https://2493649.meetus.adobeevents.com/
- Part 2: The Responsive HTML5 skin...