I'm in the process of bringing a FrameMaker book through
RoboHelp. The FrameMaker book is basically an instruction manual /
user guide for a software program. Previously, this software has
utilized your basic HTML Help, compiled with an HTML Help editor,
and utilizing "What's This?" field level context sensitive help.
Going through RoboHelp documentation, I've seen many references
that "field-level help is not available in WebHelp, only in HTML
Help". Is there a way to get the same type of context-sensitive
help in WebHelp? I have my RoboHelp project all lined up and ready
to go, with all the necessary topics assigned to Map ID's. Will the
developer of the software simply be able to take these Map ID's,
call them out in his source code wherever needed (as was done
previously for What's This? help)? Or will he not be able to do
that, and the best we can get in WebHelp is window-level context
I'm fairly new to both FrameMaker and RoboHelp, and have
learned mostly through experimenting and going through the product
documentation, so in my case the simplest explanation of the
process of getting What's This? Help in WebHelp will be the best!
Thanks, Colum. Unfortunately, the website you referred me to
is coming up "page cannot be displayed". I tried the main page as
well, www.grainge.org, and even tried just going through google,
and it's the same issue. Perhaps the site is down, or my company is
blocking it for some unknown reason....