I've been recently helping a coworker get familiar with CSS
and HTML, and in a Robohelp project we've been trying to create a
well-formatted and specific structure. It's no problem to write the
HTML or CSS or put them together. The problem comes with
integrating our work in Robohelp. The program will completely trash
whitespace and formatting which is set up for ease of readability
while editing, and will also crazily insert <SPAN> tags all
over the place when they are completely unnecessary.
We didn't dictate the use of RoboHelp, I personally feel it's
of no value whatsoever. However, since we must use it, I'd like to
know if there's any way to turn off the intrusive "features" that
ruin what is really some nicely laid out HTML. Any information on
how to gain control of our environment instead of being subjected
to the whims of the programmers would be appreciated.