Selecting Input and Output Formats : Understanding Output Formats : WebWorks Help
 
WebWorks Help
 
The Frameset View in WebWorks Help
Topic Only View in WebWorks Help
WebWorks Help Output Files
Delivering WebWorks Help
Searching WebWorks Help
Delivering help content on multiple platforms and browsers can be a challenge. You need a solution that provides advanced help features, such as full-text search, expand/collapse sections, browse and breadcrumb navigation, related topics, and a table of contents tree control. WebWorks Help delivers these features and others on multiple platforms and browsers. Whether your help needs to be viewed on the Macintosh or Windows operating system, displayed with Firefox, Safari, or Internet Explorer, WebWorks Help provides the flexible, adaptable help solution you need.
The WebWorks Help format combines standard XHTML, CSS1, and CSS2 with JavaScript to provide many online help navigation controls and features, including an expandable/collapsible table of contents, an index, full text search, and Related Topics menus. You can easily integrate WebWorks Help with applications written in C, C++, Java, or Visual Basic, as well as Web-based applications. This comprehensive help format allows you to quickly create and deploy context-sensitive help and comprehensive help that you can fully customize to match your corporate branding.
WebWorks Help enables you to publish your content in a variety of ways:
*On a Web server
*On a network server available to multiple users through a share
*On the local computer where the application is installed
*On a CD-ROM