RoboHelp 2015 Setting Media Queries / Break Points for Responsive HTML5 Online Help

Master Advanced Skins and Layouts in RoboHelp 2015 without CSS Knowledge

RoboHelp 2015 has introduced dramatic improvements to creating HTML5, especially with its HTML5 layout editor. The previous release of RoboHelp made HTML accessible. The newer, “2015” version has virtually eliminated the need to make any modifications to CSS code in order to achieve stunning results. In this webinar, special guest and expert, Willam van Weelden, […]

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RoboHelp 2015 Setting Media Queries / Break Points for Responsive HTML5 Online Help

Product Launch: Brand new RoboHelp (2015 Release) and Tech Comm Suite (2015 Release)

Welcome to RoboHelp 2015! Adobe RoboHelp (2015 release) empowers you to deliver engaging help, policy, and knowledge base content across mobile devices, formats, and platforms. Publish content as mobile apps, or in HTML5, ePUB 3, KF8, and MOBI. Help users find relevant content faster with Dynamic Content filters and contextual search results. Work more productively […]

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[Guest Post] “Explore TCS4, Excluding Content in FrameMaker to RoboHelp”, by Kevin Siegel

In this guest blog, Certified Adobe Expert and Trainer, Kevin Siegel of ICONLOGIC, covers a powerful technique when publishing from FrameMaker through RoboHelp via Technical Communication Suite (TCS4). In this blog, Kevin touches on many principles he shared in one episode of his 3-part webinar series, “2) Explore TCS4: FrameMaker to RoboHelp to eBook … […]

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[Guest Post] “ePUB Tips and Tricks”, by Matt Sullivan

Adobe RoboHelp is a great tool for producing eBook content, including the ePUB and Kindle formats. Combine great online output with tight integration between FrameMaker content and RoboHelp, and you have a powerful combination. Earlier this year I (not surprisingly) used FrameMaker to produce the print version of my FrameMaker 11 book, Publishing Fundamentals: Unstructured […]

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Adobe Whitepaper by Joe Welinske “Multiscreen-Help-Authoring”

Multiscreen Help Authoring: Dealing with the explosion in device sizes

This week a smaller, leaner, meaner iPad was introduced by Apple, increasing the number and type of tablet or mobile devices that we must all eventually publish to. The challenges can seem daunting at first. Fortunately, seasoned user-assistance thought pioneer, Joe Welinske, has authored a highly useful White Paper. You may download and review “Multiscreen […]

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