There is no way in RoboHelp to do this. At least not in the way you
I have seen projects where every FM file is just one enourmous topic,
and then you will have all content on the same page. Using bookmarks you
can then jump to relevant sections. I would not recommend this solution.
It makes very long topics and it makes it almost impossible to find the
relevant information. Short, concise topics are best for online.
You can use browse sequences and links in topics to allow readers to
quickly go to relevant information. This might not be exactly what you
asked, but it is very usable and much more user friendly then extremely
Depending on your help output, you can always right-click and open new topics in separate tabs to achieve sort of what you’re asking. I do this in one of my AIRHelp projects to send people off on a separate browse sequence and then tell them to come back to the fork in the trail to continue.
Thanks Willam. One thing: the Enable Browse Sequence option is grayed out in the WebHelp config. Is there a way to enalbe this for WebHelp?
Have you actually defined a Browse Sequence via Tools > Browse Sequence Editor?
Assuming the answer is no, you need to first define one. Then, there are actually TWO places you need to enable the sequence(s). Both are in the SSL properties. One is in the Navigation section while the other is in the Content Category section.