General User Discussions
Why are all the links broken?....
I was trying to read some case studies about DITA but none of the links are working.
I have an <xref> element whose href attribute is automatically turned to ALL CAPITALS when it's checked in.
How do I stop this happening? I need to preserve the case I entered or links don't work.
Our documentation requires HTML table tags to include summaries or title attributes for accessibility requirements, but I haven't been able to find an existing attribute that I use for this purpose. We are only using simpletable and choicetable. How have you addressed accessibility needs for tables in your documentation?
I am a student in the Technical Communication program at Red River College in Winnipeg, Manitoba. As part of my graduation project,
I am exploring the prospect of using DITA to design an end-user guide to develop a web application for a cancer treatment centre in the province. Does anyone have a link to any substantial documentation samples that were designed using the DITA architecture? I was hoping to find.pdfs or Windows Help Files.
Hello group, forgive me if I'm posting in the wrong location. Not sure where this would belong.
I am a student enrolled in the Technical and Professional Writing program at San Francisco State and am writing a white paper about DITA.
The goal of my paper is to determine whether using DITA to create technical support documents is a successful solution and to what degree (i.e. some content works better than other content, pros vs. cons, etc.).