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on Dec 12, 2007 8:53 AM by Peter Grainge
Can you nest Robohelp files into a Dreamweaver page?
Dec 12, 2007 8:36 AM
Our tech writer uses Robohelp 6 for our authoring environment. And I use Dreamweaver 8 to build our web site.
We need a method of putting our Robohelp files behind a customer log in that requires a password. And we want the Robohelp pages to have the same look as the Dreamweaver HTML pages.
The functionality of Robohelp is very useful, with the search feature, glossary, index, TOC. And our tech writer uses all these functions.
Is if possible to do something like nest Robohelp files into a Dreamweaver page and still retain all of the Robohelp functionality?
Thanks for looking!
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Re: Can you nest Robohelp files into a Dreamweaver page?
Dec 12, 2007 8:53 AM
in response to JillatBP
I think what you need to do is call the webhelp from a Dreamweaver page. Couple that with you both using the same styles and you should have something that looks OK.
Your calls can either be to the default topic or any topic but still with the TOC, navbar and topic displayed.
There are several pages on my site that call RH outputs. There's a simple one from this page
To open the help other than at the default topic, see the page on Calling webhelp using URLs.
My site is produced using DW8 so that should give you what you need.
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