Version Filters in HTML5 Output (persisting display instead of toggling)

In the previous post, the sample included a JavaScript which toggled the display attribute of elements between none and block depending on the value of a select element and the MadCap conditions applied to the elements. But what if the display attribute wasn’t set to block in the first place? This second┬ásample project includes a… Continue reading Version Filters in HTML5 Output (persisting display instead of toggling)

Version Filters in HTML5 Output

Keep the condition tags but skip the target settings. Quick unpaid promotion! Attend MadWorld for my session and many others. Meet and learn from top technical communicators. sample project You can apply conditions to your Flare content and use those conditions to create a version filter in your Flare HTML5 output. The main ingredients are… Continue reading Version Filters in HTML5 Output

Combining Generated and Flare-managed Content

One way to combine generated content with Flare-managed content is to use snippets. Here is a generic structure: Generated topics each contain: Generated snippet – periodically refreshed Generated snippet – updated with Flare editors Consider a simple case where the generated content comes from a CSV file. For this example, the CSV is analogous to… Continue reading Combining Generated and Flare-managed Content