MadCap Flare: How to Update Stylesheets

In the Madcap world of Flare (yes, I promise never to say that again), you can use stylesheets to give your tech docs a real edge. For me, styles are one of the hidden secrets in Flare. So, if you plan to publish your tech docs to PDF, Web, or HTML5, a crash course in CSS […]

Madcap Flare: Snippets 101

Snippets? Sounds familiar but what are they? In the Madcap world of Flare, snippets are content ‘fragments’ you can re-use in different parts of your Madcap Flare projects. Use snippets to insert: Text Tables Images Video Why Use Snippets If you find yourself typing the same text over and over, create a snippet instead. Create […]

Madcap Flare: Logo Size and Settings for WebHelp

Want to replace the default MadCap Flare logo for your online help? Before you do, a few things to consider: For IE 6 or older uses — save the logo as GIF with a transparent background. If you use PNG, the transparent portion of your image appears as black. For IE 7 or newer — […]

Madcap Flare: how to improve Search Engine Optimization

Using Madcap Flare to create your WebHelp? Did you know you can add SEO information to the page headers? This improves their results in search engines queries and helps customers find information faster. Want to know how? Follow these steps, grasshopper. Madcap Flare: how to improve Search Engine Optimization In Project Organizer, click Targets, then […]

How to Remove the MadCap Logo in WebHelp Output

When creating WebHelp with Madcap Flare, you can add your own logo instead of the default Madcap logo. Here’s how to do it. To remove the MadCap logo and replace it with your own logo: Open the skin want to remove the logo from. Click the Styles On the Tool Item category, click Logo. Click […]

Madcap Flare: How to add The Mark of The Web

Using Madcap Flare for WebHelp? If you have problems getting Internet Explorer to run web help pages, added ‘Mark of the Web’ to your WebHelp files. Madcap Flare: How to add Mark of the Web You can add the Mark of the Web to HTML files so they run locally in Internet Explorer. In Project […]