When putting together an electronic portfolio, you should include examples of purely electronic documents, such as Help systems you've created in Adobe RoboHelp. To display a Help system in your electronic portfolio, you should generate your Help system in a web-friendly format, such as WebHelp, Multiscreen HTML5, or Responsive HTML5. WebHelp is a good default choice.
If you haven't generated your project in the newest version of RoboHelp, you should consider doing so, because it may resolve some conflicts between RoboHelp and the current versions of most web browsers. Projects generated in older versions of RoboHelp may not display properly when looking at a local version of your Help system, because of the security policies of some web browsers, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. All Help systems appearing in published websites, however, regardless of the version of RoboHelp used, will work just fine. You just may not be able to preview the generated Help system before publishing.
Click the Navigation category on the left side of the screen.
Select the W3C Compliant and Add Mark of the Web check boxes, and then click Save and Generate.
Close RoboHelp HTML.
Using File Explorer (Windows 8 and Windows 10) or Finder (macOS), open your RoboHelp project folder.
Be careful not to link to the files named index_csh.htm or index_rhc.htm.
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