WebHelp and Google Analytics
Jose Sermeno

Posted by Jose Sermeno

September 1, 20112 Comments

Several people have asked us how to connect our WebHelp output to Google Analytics.  We are sure that there are going to be variations to these steps and different account settings for Google Analytics, but this is …

WebHelp and Google Analytics
Integrating Native Apps to “Help”
David Ferriot

Posted by David Ferriot

August 18, 2011

As the world becomes more connected to mobile, and as more complicated apps get created for mobile devices in general, connecting these native mobile apps to “Help” in the form of mobile-optimized WebHelp, such as …

Integrating Native Apps to “Help”
MadNewz Post: Advanced Use of Condition Tags and Single Sourcing in MadCap Flare
David Ferriot

Posted by David Ferriot

August 8, 2011

Today we posted a great article by Patti Short about the use of condition tags in Flare. Patti discusses single sourcing, some of the misconceptions surrounding it, and how you can customize your content to develop a …

MadNewz Post: Advanced Use of Condition Tags and Single Sourcing in MadCap Flare
Conditions Aren’t Just For Topics Anymore
Jose Sermeno

Posted by Jose Sermeno

June 30, 20114 Comments

In Flare you can apply conditions to traditional items such as topics, content, TOC items and indexes. What some folks may not know is you can apply condition tags to just about anything. [caption …

Conditions Aren’t Just For Topics Anymore
Moving from Adobe FrameMaker to MadCap Flare
Jose Sermeno

Posted by Jose Sermeno

June 6, 20112 Comments

Moving from Adobe® FrameMaker® to MadCap Flare™ is easy. To get the best results, we recommend you do some planning before you start to import your existing content. The document below outlines our best practices …

Moving from Adobe FrameMaker to MadCap Flare