I'm creating a WebHelp for a small program. The WebHelp will
be run locally from the program by clicking on the help icon, at
which point it will pop up in a browser (I assume this will be IE
by default). However, I was to remove the menu bar, tool bar etc of
Internet Explorer and don't seem to be able to do this.
I've looked at Rick Stone's way but as it is now the
generation of pop-up blockers it doesn't work.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm fairly new to
WebHelp and RoboHelp.
Does the program run in a browser? If not, you might consider
using CHM Help instead of browser Help (WebHelp).
If you really need WebHelp, why do you assume users will set
their Windows default browser to Infernal Exploiter?
As far as removing the menu and tool bars from the browser,
your Help. But that assumes the end user will ALLOW
allow it so you either can't remove that chrome or you can't run
your Help on my workstation.
Also note that Microsoft tends to make changes to IE via
in the future.