Structuring Topics without Structured Authoring

Lone writers and small teams may easily see the potential for realizing benefits from structured authoring and moving to DITA. Persuading management to buy often-expensive tools to enforce standards and big content management systems to store content can be a much harder slog. With planning and some self-discipline, you can lay the groundwork for a structured-authoring workflow down the road with your existing tools.

In this session, you’ll see how one lone writer started implementing Concept, Task, and Reference topic types in existing RoboHelp projects and added semantics to style sheets to improve consistency.

Tools & Technologies
Location: Date: October 21, 2015 Time: 11:00 am - 11:45 am photo of Mike McCallister Mike McCallister