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The Products and Services area of the DITA community wiki provides a central location for users to share information about tools and services that may help with the development of DITA-based content. This area is open to developers, service providers, and users who want to pass on this information to the DITA community.

The following products support the authoring, management, and/or publishing of DITA-based content. Please include the company name and product (linked to an informational page), followed by a brief description of its features (sorted alphabetically by company name). Product reviews may be included below under in the appropriately named section.

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HDF, HDR, FTR usage

How are the params HDF, HDR, FTR used?

I am looking for a way to include information, such as Javascript, in the html output files without have to include something in each and every xml file. It looks like the open toolkit provides for such, but I can find no documentation for such.

Does any one know of any documentation on modifying the html output using the open toolkit?

At what point are you in your use of DITA?

currently investigating
49% (42 votes)
internal pilot
28% (24 votes)
in production
7% (6 votes)
using advanced features
4% (3 votes)
developing specialization
12% (10 votes)
Total votes: 85

DITA 2006 Conference

Location: 
http://conf.travelthepath.com
Date: 
23 Mar 2006 - 03:30 - 25 Mar 2006 - 13:00
Event Type: 
Conference

Why DITA?

For some, perhaps the real question is Why XML? (or What is XML?), but assuming you have answered those questions (and are using XML), then the next step is to locate an appropriate data model for your content. This is an important step because you will spend a lot of time and money developing processes and selecting tools to support your chosen data model.

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