1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 21, 2008 12:37 PM by Peter Grainge

    Doing a build with WebHelp

    sneedhearn
      I am building a webHelp system (primary layout) and I need to post it in TSF (Visual Studio) to they can build the install, but I am not sure how to do it.

      My file structure looks like this:

      My robohelp projects
      Capturx for ADR (my project)

      Under this there are several other folders - !Language, SSL/WebHelp, WebHelp_Pro

      Do I have to put my project folder and all of the subfolders out there for the build, or can I just put the WebHelp folder out there for the build?

      Secondly, does the developer link to a specific HTML file or other file (like an Index) within that folder? I think when I used it several years ago, they connected to a specific file and the rest of the help ran off of that as relative links.
        • 1. Re: Doing a build with WebHelp
          Peter Grainge Adobe Community Professional (Moderator)
          You give your developers all the folders and files in the WebHelp folder.

          They point to whatever you defined as the start page - first field in the wizard.

          I notice the words WebHelp_Pro. You are running the help off a server configured with RoboServer? If not you need a webhelp output, not a webhelp pro output.