Review: TCS5 and FrameMaker 12 from Adobe

This summer I had a chance to sit down with FrameMaker 12, released at the end of last year. I’d been anxious to get some real time with the product after seeing Maxwell Hoffmann do the first public demo of it at TC Camp in January. (In fact, several happy TC Campers walked away with free licenses donated by Adobe, the Camp Ambassador, to the …

Join us at the CMS/DITA conference in Seattle

This year our Liz Fraley will be presenting at the Content Management Strategies/DITA North America conference in Seattle, WA April 28-30, 2014. This has been a good conference over the years and we’re looking forward to it. Here’s what Liz is going to be talking about: Interested? Still time to register!

Writing mobile documentation: Rewrite or cut? with Neil Perlin [On-line Event]

So you’ve just been told to create a mobile version of your product’s help system… Can we revise content written for a large screen to fit on an iPhone screen? Can we cut it? Is there a point at which the two options are effectively the same? In either case, how do we decide what to give up? Can that “lost” material be made available somewhere? …

Managing Side-By-Side Content [On-Line Event]

In this session, we're going to talk about the Side-By-Side panel in Styler. We'll talk about what it means, how best to use it, and how to make it work for you. We'll show you how to make it look like you've got a graphic embedded in a paragraph, with text spilling around it, through the simple side-by-side mechanism. This is but one application of …