3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 29, 2008 5:14 AM by MergeThis

    Reverse context-sensitivity

    catchdebarshi
      We are designing WebHelp for an application developed in .NET. Is there a mechanism (say, by embedding Javascript snippet in RoboHelp HTML pages) by which we can pass a parameter to the application so that it can identify which page in the application is being viewed? For example, if the user is viewing topic X from the TOC, is there any way by which the application can understand that topic X corresponds to the X1.xml page of the application, and displays the X1.xml page for the user? I believe it's a case of reverse mapping or reverse context-sensitivity.