I have a created a web help which is similar to webhelps you can normally see in most of the applications i.e. 'Contents, Index, Search, Glossary' in the left pane and when you click any topic in the left pane, the information displayed in the right pane.
My customer is an advertising agency based at UK; he wants the webhelp to be creative. He says that the webhelp looks like 'Windows 98' model.
I have clarified him that we can enhnace the outlook by adding the application banners and images for the tabs using the Style Sheet feature in robohelp.
Still he feels whether I can create a webhelp which will have no panes and still be user friendly.
Please guide me on how to create the webhelp using the Adobe Robohelp 8 version and please guide me where I can find a sample to show to him.
You're talking about the Skin editor, right? You may also want to try doing a test run of Adobe AIR Help to show him - it looks a lot sexier than some WebHelp does.