Customizing NetHelp in Doc-To-Help is easy. Here is a roundup of resources that explain what you can do — and how to do it!
- Introducing the New and Improved Theme Designer
- Doc-To-Help Answers Your “Top 5″ NetHelp 2.0 Customization Questions
- NetHelp Localized for Chinese and Japanese
- NetHelp Goes Right-To-Left
- Hit the Google Trifecta with Doc-To-Help (discusses adding Google Translate, Analytics, and more)
- Creating Embedded Help on the Web
- Incorporating the “Wisdom of the Crowd” with Doc-To-Help and DISQUS
Other Customization Options
There are a few options you can change using the Help Targets dialog box. You can change the header text, the default file name, accessibility mode and more.
- Caption — to change the caption displayed in the header.
- Default file — to change the name of the default home page for your NetHelp output.
- Accessibility Mode — to switch the mode to Section 508. See Creating Section 508 Compliant NetHelp.
- Email Address — to change the email address of the Email button on the NetHelp toolbar.
- Label — to change the text displayed above related links (“More:” by default). See Subtopic Links.
- Mark of the Web — to add the Mark of the Web. See Making Browser-Based Help (NetHelp) Work Locally using “The Mark of the Web”
Finally, to change the way your topics look and behave, you can edit the Templates (if working in Word) or Cascading Style Sheets (if working in the built-in editor). Please see the following videos & blog post:
Information Beyond NetHelp
If you’d like to learn more about how to use Doc-To-Help, please take a look at all of our online resources here: