I'm using tab stops to align text in a help topic. While editing the topic in HelpSmith, the tab stops work fine. But when I create CHM help file or Web Help, the lines are not formatted properly. How can I fix this, so that the lines to be formatted properly both in HelpSmith and in compiled help file?
When I compile a help project, the compilation window shows some warnings saying that the help project contains an invalid hyperlink, and so on. But how do I find where the broken hyperlink is located?
Please tell me how to divide the paragraph in HelpSmith. I want to break up a paragraph on one page and express it in two paragraphs.
I'm translating a copy my help project into a different language as explained in the HelpSmith's manual here. It seems to work fine, but I'm wondering if it is possible to display the texts like the "Table of Contents", "Index", etc. in a different language? How do I translate these texts? Thanks!
The first question: If there are too many image files in the file to be imported, what should I do? The second question: Which font is the most compatible with the Korean font?
When I export my help project as a web help system, the filenames of my topics are named like "idh-topic10.htm". I would like to set meaningful filenames that correspond to the titles of the topics, which is important for better indexing/ranking of the pages by search engines, etc. For example: If I have a topic named "User Interface", it shoul [...]
We are using HelpSmith to create online help documentation for our company and need to customize the web help system's style. What is the easiest way to insert our company logo?
We are looking for a help authoring tool and your HelpSmith product seems to be a suitable solution for our company. Is it possible for a team to work on the same project collaboratively? This is an important feature for our use.
Do you have tips how we could set up 2 Language projects (German / English). Does HelpSmith support such projects, which should be equal in the topis, but have different languages. Thank you for your help.