1 Reply Latest reply on May 25, 2006 1:07 AM by CraigCC

    Applying custom html files to webhelp

      I am working on a help project where all of my source material is coming from an HTML document. I would like to be able attach my own html header and footer atop of the RoboHelp frameset. Has anyone ever done this before? Please give some advise about how I can get the same look and feel as the rest of my web site.
        • 1. Re: Applying custom html files to webhelp
          CraigCC Level 2
          Hi cutie,

          What exactly would you like to change ? The navigation bar? or would you like to preserve the html within existing content and pull it into robohelp. You may want to take a look at the skin editor which allows you to change the look and feel of the navigation bar (I'm assuming you will be using webhelp to support your site). You also have the option to use and external editor such as dreamweaver to edit your topics and conserve the HTML.

          Check out the Robohelp help topics:
          Customizing the navigation pane with skins and
          About using HTML editors

          Kind Regards