Output from RoboHelp Classic 2002
Notes from MJ Plaster
- HTML Text-only Popup: My popup is not a legitimate HTML Text-only popup. Since RoboHelp Classic does not convert untitled popups in a manner that one can actually link to them, I cheated and created a regular popup and formatted it to look like an HTML Text-only Popup. You can convert What's This? popups to text-only popups in a text file for context-sensitive Help, but you have no way to embed the popup within the calling topic from RoboHelp Classic.
- Note: If you take the time to examine the HTML code,
you'll certainly want to look at the CSS as well.
In order for an HTML file to be valid, it must at minimum include both a DOCTYPE statement on the first line of the file and a <meta> tag specifying the correct character set for the file. The HTML file we produced with RoboHelp Classic contained neither of these required elements. We added both a DOCTYPE statement and a character set specification to the generated file so that you can view the W3C validation report for the remainder of the HTML file.
the W3C HTML validation report for this HTML file
(To see the complete report, click the Revalidate button on the next page.)
- View the W3C CSS validation report for this CSS file
If you have RoboHelp Classic 2002, RoboHelp for Word 2002, or RoboHelp Office 2002 installed, you can download the actual RoboHelp Classic 2002 project files and inspect them for yourself.