I'm new to this forum. I am presently building an online Help
Guide in RoboHelp 6 for ASP software. The Help Guide will reside on
the application's server and link to the application, which is
accessed through a Web browser.
My first look at the context sensitive help instruction in
RoboHelp seems to indicate that it requires a programmatic
language, not html. According to the documentation the support is
only for applications coded in pascal, c/c++, java and Visual
basic. Our ASP application is coded in Perl and as such won’t
be able to use this feature, unless in fact it is possible to code
it to the HTML in the interface. I can't figure out from RoboHelp's
documentation if this is possible.
If someone could tell me whether I can utilize context
sensitive help coded to the HTML, I sure would appreciate it.
Since you are building web-based help, Webhelp is the output
of choice here. Conveniently, I have the gist of the previous posts
on the subject still on my clipboard/memory... so, I'll just paste
it again. You can call the specific help pages either with: