4 Replies Latest reply on Feb 20, 2007 7:58 AM by XKachoOjiX

    RoboHelp Strips Code Out of <head> Tag

    XKachoOjiX
      Hello,
      Apparently, in order to create help files that work with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, I was told by one of our software engineers that I need to insert the following snippet into the <head> tag of the HTML files used to create our CHM help file:

      <xml>
      <MSHelp:Keyword Index="F" Term="utilname" />
      <MSHelp:Attr Name="Locale" Value="kbEnglish"/>
      <MSHelp:Attr Name="TopicType" Value="kbSyntax"/>
      <MSHelp:Attr Name="DocSet" Value="utilname"/>
      <MSHelp:Attr Name="DevLang" Value="C++"/>
      <MSHelp:Attr Name="TargetOS" Value="Windows"/>
      </xml>

      Where "utilname" is replaced by the topic ID.

      The problem is, whenever I do this, RoboHelp HTML X5 immediately strips this code out of the header.

      Does anyone know why RoboHelp is doing this, and if there's any way of preventing it from doing so?

      Thanks!
      MJCM