The next generation of online help has arrived with SuiteHelp. This modern cross-platform mobile optimized webhelp framework allows you to leverage the latest web standards such as HTML5 and responsive design to deliver your DITA XML content.
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Video: Overview of SuiteHelp 3.1 including product overview, what's new in SuiteHelp 3.1, what distinguishes SuiteHelp from other platforms, and technical architecture.
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Mobile Bookshelf: Let your users view and download your content for offline viewing on their mobile device.
- Collapsible table of contents, index, search, glossary - all with multilingual support
- Advanced search capability including morphological/fuzzy search, phrase search, term search, Boolean and NEAR search
- Support for context sensitive help
- Full multilingual and localization support including European, Russian, Far Eastern and right-to-left languages such as Arabic and Hebrew
- Cross-browser support: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera
- Support for Windows, Linux and Macintosh
- Ability to deploy on server or client without any additional software installation and avoiding many commonly encountered security constraints
- Option to compile into a single executable for easy deployment on a client, similar to HTML Help CHM
- Mobile-device friendly via responsive design techniques such as media query
- Stylish out-of-the-box output template is mobile optimized and makes custom branding quick and easy.
- Integration with your existing CMS or toolset either as a DITA Open Toolkit plug-in or independently
- Shell and page content are easily customized using standard CSS
- Enhanced customization ability using HTML5 and CSS3 template languages that provide easier syntax as well as variable interpolation, allowing you to control SuiteHelp formatting without requiring knowledge of XSL or the DITA Open Toolkit
- Leverages modern HTML5 technologies
- Use of HTML strives to be minimalistic and semantic wherever possible, including use of new HTML5 elements such as nav and article where appropriate
- Semantic approach to HTML makes your content more accessible to disabled users using devices like screen readers, as well as more parsable by search engines
- No frames: Eliminates reliance on outdated HTML features
- Designed for modern web architectures while still remaining backwards compatible with older systems (graceful degradation)
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