Thursday! Multiscreen HTML5 for multi-device publishing with Adobe RoboHelp 10

August 29, 2012

Thursday, August 30, 2012
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM US/Pacific

Register here: Adobe Online Events

With Multiscreen HTML5 Single Source Layouts and the new Screen Layout Editor, you can deliver content to almost any device and screen size. From iPhones to Android smartphones like Galaxy, tablets like iPad and Kindle Fire to desktop computers, Adobe RoboHelp 10 has you covered! Support for modern HTML5 output and CSS3 means authors are no longer limited to the old-fashioned and restrictive frame-based “tri-pane” window. Convenient common screen sizes for many devices are ready-to-use. Each screen size can be mapped to a different screen layout so that the appearance of the content is right for the device.

In this eSeminar you will learn how to:

  • Choose Screen Profiles to accommodate the particular screen sizes you are targeting (Mobile, Tablet, Desktop, etc.)
  • Take your existing project and generate “batch” output for many screen sizes using the new Multiscreen HTML5 Single Source Layout.
  • Select from the Screen Layout “Gallery” of prepared layouts.
  • Customize the look and feel as well as the structure of your content using the Screen Layout Editor.
    Optimize the output so that the content adjusts and adapts to different screen sizes.


This webinar is hosted by Adobe Certified RoboHelp Instructor John Daigle and his guest, Willam van Weelden. John teaches and consults Adobe RoboHelp and Adobe Captivate and is based in Evergreen, Colorado www.showmethedemo.com . Willam van Weelden is from Amsterdam and expert in CSS3 design and the new HTML5 standards.  www.wvanweelden.eu

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