Free STC Member-Only Webinar: Entice and Engage Your Customers with RoboHelp 2015


Maxwell Hoffmann


November 24, 2015 - 2:00 PM


November 24, 2015 - 3:00 PM

Adobe LogoThe latest version of RoboHelp 2015 has leveraged the strengths and intelligence of HTML5 responsive just about as far as possible. Attend this session and discover how you can swiftly customize built-in projects to achieve results with your look and feel. Topic based authoring has never been so intuitive, or as rewarding. Best of all, you can go weeks at a time without viewing or modifying CSS.

In this session you will learn:

  • How to use and customize a completely re-designed “ribbon-based” user interface
  • How to swiftly create a pod with your favorite or most frequently used command icons
  • How to use the improved HTML layout editor to achieve different navigation experiences for laptops, tablets or smartphones
  • Dynamic Content Filters: How to use new or existing CBTs (Condition Build Tags) to make multiple versions of content that users can show or hide with a Filter Icon in HTML5 responsive output
  • Embed custom fonts for EPUB output


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