iPad with Mobile Help App with Dynamic Content

[Guest Post] “Finding Relevant Content Faster with Dynamic Content Filters”, by Robert Desprez

Adobe RoboHelp (2015 release) gives users more control over the content they want to see while saving technical writers much-needed time. In the past, technical writers decided on the type of content that appeared in an online help project. For example, if there were three primary audiences for a project, the writer would write the […]

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Content filtering using FBA (Filter by Attribute)

FrameMaker allows you to conditionally filter content in structured documents. Elements in structured documents can have attributes associated with them. FBA feature filters content based on these attribute values. So, you can author a single document and use FBA to create different output intended for different audience. Thus, it saves the burden of unnecessary authoring […]

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