Re: HTML Help: Converting and Using on Web

Subject: Re: HTML Help: Converting and Using on Web
From: "A" <aurora -at- identicloak -dot- com>
To: "Keith Hansen" <KRH -at- weiland-wfg -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2005 10:58:25 -0500 (EST)

Keith Hansen said:
> Tried posting this once, and it didn't show up. Here's another
> go.....
> Hello all!
> 2. HTML Help
> I've read that HTML Help is NOT a good format for help that runs off
> the
> Web. Do you agree? Any good/bad experiences using HTML Help as part
> of
> a Web-based application?
> Thanks for any help you can give!

Well, it's not cross-platform, so you're locking out folks on
non-Windows OSes. HTML doesn't need anything additional to work right
except a browser (and everyone on every platform has one of those).
I'd say stick with what works.



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