Guest Post – MadCap Flare 101.4: How to Add Topics to Your Project
Kelly K.

Posted by Kelly K.

January 31, 2013

In Flare, a topic is defined as “a chunk of information about a particular subject.” Topics are the most important part of a Flare project, because everything else either links to, lives inside topics (text, images, etc.) or points toward topics (tables of contents, indexes, etc.). So basically, you need to create topics to hold your content.

Guest Post – MadCap Flare 101.4: How to Add Topics to Your Project
Meet Your MadWorld 2013 Presenters: Patrick Calnan
Jennifer White

Posted by Jennifer White

January 30, 2013

MadWorld 2013 is almost upon us! What is MadWorld, you ask? Only the most fun and informative technical communication conference you’ll ever attend, that’s what. Join the MadCap team, industry thought leaders and your peers at the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego from April 7-9 2013 and stuff your brain with more skills, ideas, and best practices than you can handle. Oh, and did someone say “networking?” ‘Cause there will be plenty of opportunities for that.

Guest Post: Version Filters in HTML5 Output
Jennifer White

Posted by Jennifer White

January 28, 2013

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 a select element and a little JavaScript.

Guest Post: Version Filters in HTML5 Output
Meet Your MadWorld 2013 Presenters: Thomas Bro-Rasmussen
Jennifer White

Posted by Jennifer White

January 25, 2013

MadWorld 2013 is almost upon us! What is MadWorld, you ask? Only the most fun and informative technical communication conference you’ll ever attend, that’s what. Join the MadCap team, industry thought leaders and your peers at the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego from April 7-9 2013 and stuff your brain with more skills, ideas, and best practices than you can handle. Oh, and did someone say “networking?” ‘Cause there will be plenty of opportunities for that.

Tips and Tricks: Customizing “Open with” in Flare
Jose Sermeno

Posted by Jose Sermeno

January 24, 20134 Comments

One of the benefits you have while using Flare to maintain the source files of your documentation - is that they'll all be saved using open file type standards. There isn't a hidden/proprietary database holding your data in a format that you'll never understand.

Tips and Tricks: Customizing “Open with” in Flare