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I assume the developer meant that the application, not
RoboHelp, has a web front end...
No matter the case, Bonita, I'm afraid your programmer
is dreadfully misinformed. He/she is obviously still
under the impression that RoboHelp only produces
WinHelp. Not the case. You can produce HTML (and I
think even XML, but don't quote me on that) as well as
many other types of Help.
Please let us know what version of RoboHelp you're
using. But if a newer release, your programmer's fears
can be put to bed.
> I was told by one of the developers that I could not
> use RoboHELP to create
> context sensitive help with our new application
> because it has a "web front
> end." Is that true? I sent an email to RoboHELP to
> ask if that is true,
> but I haven't heard back yet. The developer also
> said that I should
> probably consider xslt or stylesheets instead. What
> is the benefit of that?
> Or is it just easier for the developer?
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